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I want people to find my podcast humorous, informative, and most important fun. To provide a short escape for people to check out of their busy life. With thoughts in my mind I hope that people stay in their car a little longer, get a few more minutes of working out or delay taking a lunch break from work to hear my next thought or idea.
 
Monstrosity is a podcast hosted by Los Angeles comedian and paranormal enthusiast David Race. Each episode features David Race and comedian or celebrity guests discussing Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and other creatures, with a paranormal expert. You don't want to miss an episode of Monstrosity, because when David Race and his guests get together, the outcome is always "scary funny".
 
"I will wade out till my thighs are steeped in burn- ing flowers I will take the sun in my mouth and leap into the ripe air Alive with closed eyes to dash against darkness in the sleeping curves of my body Shall enter fingers of smooth mastery with chasteness of sea-girls Will I complete the mystery of my flesh I will rise After a thousand years lipping flowers And set my teeth in the silver of the moon." -- E. Estlin Cummings in Crepuscule Eight Harvard Poets is a anthology of poetry by E. ...
 
The Collecting Cars Podcast is hosted by founder and motoring enthusiast Edward Lovett and Motoring’s Chris Harris, in conversation with a stellar cast of car loving guests. An often funny, always frank show, full of insightful discussion about all things automotive. Mixed & Produced by Jonny Bunyan @ Pardon Our French Productions
 
I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
The T.U. Podcast from the guys behind Thunder Underground. The show features guests and talk from the world of hard rock, heavy metal and more... ranging all eras, styles and genres, our guests and talk cover the world of modern metal, hard rock, classic rock, glam, punk, independent and national artists, as well as those behind the scenes.
 
The AskHistorians Podcast showcases the knowledge and enthusiasm of the AskHistorians community, a forum of more than 400,000 history academics, professionals, amateurs, and curious onlookers. The aim is to be a resource accessible across a wide range of listeners for historical topics which so often go overlooked. Together, we have a broad array of people capable of speaking in-depth on topics that get half a page on Wikipedia, a paragraph in a high-school textbook, and not even a minute on ...
 
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Matt Damon chats with Chris about his process of writing, how his life changed after they sold the script for Good Will Hunting, and Matt’s admiration for stand-up. Matt also talks about working with different directors, working with his best friend, and his new movie Stillwater, in theaters now! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and …
 
The story of how the American military—and more particularly the regular army—has played a vital role in the late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century United States that extended beyond the battlefield is the focus of Robert Wooster’s The United States Army and the Making of America: From Confederation to Empire, 1775–1903 (University Press of Kansas…
 
In Writing Kit Carson: Fallen Heroes in a Changing West (UNC Press, 2020), Susan Lee Johnson braids together lives over time and space, telling tales of two white women who, in the 1960s, wrote books about the fabled frontiersman Christopher Kit Carson: Quantrille McClung, a Denver librarian who compiled the Carson-Bent-Boggs Genealogy, and Kansas-…
 
In a career spanning interview, singer and Grammy-winning producer behind Taylor Swift, Lorde, and Lana Del Rey, Jack Antonoff discusses his band Bleachers, writing to process loss, his relationship with Bruce Springsteen, and working with some of the biggest pop stars of our time. Actor Didi Conn presents an oral history of Grease on its 40-year a…
 
Lindsey Buckingham wasn’t going to let anything - from the pandemic to major heart surgery - stand in the way of finishing his new self-titled solo album. But it was in part his work on the album and the planning of a live tour that led to Lindsey being ousted from Fleetwood Mac after nearly 45 years. Lindsey and Marc talk about being part of the b…
 
Olivia Murray, is the editor at www.SpeakTruthWithoutFear.com author of “Abortion v. Slavery,” and founder of www.lucusa.org She comes on the podcast to discuss working at the local levels in Tucson to bring change, the pushback from Republican RINO’s, her take on the audits, how we both cringe when children are wearing masks, big tech censorship, …
 
Mena Suvari talks about the abusive environment she was raised in as a young model and actor in her bracing memoir The Great Peace. Pop star Billie Eilish on her relationship to fans, fame and social media. Degrassi alum Lauren Collins and Jake Epstein look back on the show's most powerful storylines and legacy in Canadian television.…
 
The Halluci Nation duo Tim '2oolman' Hill and Bear Witness talk about changing the band's name from A Tribe Called Red and their new album One More Saturday Night. Karen Knox and Gwenlyn Cumyn talk about creating and starring in the web comedy series Slo Pitch, which is about a team of mostly queer women brought together on a beer-league softball t…
 
Matt Damon's continuing presence and popularity in American films can be summed up in four words: He loves to act. Matt tells Marc how he made the most out of working with icons like Clint Eastwood, Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, Jack Nicholson, Denzel Washington and many more. He also talks about teaming back up with Ben Affleck for their…
 
Zach Thompson, a 3x wrestling state placer at St. Edward’s High School in Lakewood, Ohio, a 4 year college starter, and 12th on the all time win list at Iowa State University. He comes on the podcast to discuss not starting wrestling until 8th grade, his reaction losing to Jeff Knupp in the 1994 dual meet with Walsh Jesuit, training with Joe Hesket…
 
Oscar and Grammy-winning music producer Mark Ronson dives deep into his obsession with sound in the new docuseries Watch the Sound. Teri Hart and Kathleen Newman-Bremang join the Q Screen Panel to talk about two biopics: Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain and Aline, which is inspired by the life of Céline Dion. Daniel Monkman, also known as,…
 
Jim Gallagher Jr. was a name consistently at or near the top of the leaderboard in the early to mid '90's. The 5 time PGA TOUR winner talks about the ups and downs of his playing career and his 'second career' as a golf broadcaster. He also has some opinions on Collin Morikawa, golf in the Olympics and Bryson DeChambeau. We also profile Country Clu…
 
Ted Lasso star Nick Mohammed explains why in an era of gritty storytelling and anti-heroes, true subversion is about making your audience smile. Music manager and Creation Records founder Alan McGee discusses his career in music and his new biopic, Creation Stories. Queer Eye's food and drink expert Antoni Porowski dishes on food, fame, and what it…
 
Moriah Hunter known as the “Seeing Eye Brunette” is a farmer, mother, and wife. She comes on the podcast to discuss getting introduced into wranglin cattle by her husband who only has 20% of his vision, how her business has changed since the pandemic, being a FARMLEBRITY, how rural Kentucky where she lives is becoming not so rural, and my suggestio…
 
Tyler Alderson talks with Dr. Jacob Baum, Dr. Sydnor Roy, and John T Conrad about their project translating Adam Contzen's Ten Books of Politics. The Ten Books has never been translated out of its seventeenth-century neo-Latin, and the project is one that will be open to the public who wish to provide commentary, advice, or simply practice with unt…
 
Sovereign Syre and Marc have been friends for several years, sharing career paths in comedy, podcasting and writing. Now, as she ventures for the first time into the fraught process of pitching and selling a television pilot, Sovereign and Marc talk about her life leading up to this moment: Her painfully shy early years, her turbulent home life, he…
 
Alice Cooper talks about returning to his Motor City roots with Detroit Stories, an album inspired by the Detroit hard rock scene of the late '60s and early '70s. Guitarist Wayne Kramer of the MC5 reveals the secrets of one of rock 'n' roll's most enduring anthems, Kick Out The Jams. Animator Domee Shi discusses her Oscar-winning Pixar short, Bao, …
 
The geography of American slavery was continental, argues Dr. Kevin Waite, an assistant professor at Durham University, in West of Slavery: The Southern Dream of a Transcontinental Empire (UNC Press, 2021). Rather than being confined to the South, the institution of slavery infected North America as the American empire expanded across the Mississip…
 
In this episode we are joined by Erik Kluiber of Void Vator. Erik returns to the podcast to talk about VV’s new album Great Fear Rising, working with Mike Spreitzer and Nick Bellmore, crafting leads, their tour kicking off next week, Ripple Fest Texas, working with Ripple Music, covering Queen and WASP, and a ton more! We kick the episode off by pa…
 
Comedian Cassie Cao, who's performed stand-up more than 300 times across Canada and written for Kim's Convenience, shares how it feels to finally get back to the stage at the Just For Laughs festival after a long, not-so-funny year. Drummer Bill Stevenson of Descendents talks about the band's punk rock origins and their new album, 9th & Walnut — a …
 
Robert Hatta, Standford and St. Ed’s alumni comes on the podcast to discuss raising millions of dollars to keep Stanford wrestling, the roles ballet and judo played into his wrestling, what made St. Ed’s so successful, watching his brother Ben win a state title, and what it means to see his father Tadaaki return to Tokyo for the Olympics this year.…
 
It’s hard to imagine a place more central to American mythology today than Silicon Valley. To outsiders, the region glitters with the promise of extraordinary wealth and innovation. But behind this image lies another Silicon Valley, one segregated by race, class, and nationality in complex and contradictory ways. Its beautiful landscape lies atop u…
 
Indie rocker Lucy Dacus discusses her highly anticipated third studio album, Home Video — a memoir of her coming-of-age in Richmond, Va., unrequited love, hard truths and church. Actor Alicia Vikander tells us why she wanted to be a part of The Green Knight, a medieval fantasy film based on the classic 14th century poem Sir Gawain and the Green Kni…
 
Rainn Wilson returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about working on House of 1000 Corpses together, the phenomenon of "The Office", and not getting typecast as Dwight. They also come up with an idea for a Mork & Mindy reboot and Rainn talks about his new scripted podcast "Dark Air with Terry Carnation", now available wherever you get your podca…
 
Jez & Damo speak to the undisputed GOAT of Aussie Marathon, Rob De Castella … Deeks! … the boys learn about his journey from boy to our fastest toughest marathon legend, how his mindset both motivated him but also cost him his Olympic dream, how his Indigenous Marathon Project is his proudest achievement and we finally hear the story one of our mos…
 
Rick Rubin’s love of music led him to help popularize hip-hop, rejuvenate artists’ careers, and leave his mark on literally thousands of popular songs. But there was a point in his youth where Rick put music aside and focused on something else: Comedy. Rick talks with Marc about being a self-described hardcore comedy nerd and how that informs his p…
 
Barenaked Ladies frontman Ed Robertson talks about the band's newly released 16th studio album, Detour de Force, and why he still worries when he makes a new record. On this week's screen panel, Teri Hart and John Semley discuss how late-night talk shows are adapting to the post-lockdown landscape, and share their reviews of HBO's much buzzed about…
 
Longtime PGA TOUR caddie Damon Green talks about how he transitioned from a player who won over 70 mini-tour events to one of the best caddies in golf. Damon relives the two majors he won on Zach Johnson's bag and how he thinks some 'dirty pool' by another caddie led to his dismissal from Zach's bag. It's an interesting look at the life of a tour c…
 
On this week's Q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen discuss two new documentaries, Summer of Soul and Woodstock 99, and the importance of the music festivals that inspired them. Gospel singer Mavis Staples explains why she feels she still has a lot of work to do when it comes to speaking out against bigotry in America. Musician Tom …
 
Comedian Rick Ingraham is a Comedy Store institution. But he’s also the last of a system that was in place going back to the ‘70s, where young comics were baptized and raised in the rites and rituals of the Store. Rick and Marc compare their early careers trying to break into the business and become a club regular. Rick also recalls some of his mem…
 
Actor Danny Trejo discusses his new memoir, Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood, in which he opens up about surviving incarceration, finding sobriety, helping others and landing his first big film role. Television writer Joshua Safran, the co-creator of HBO Max's Gossip Girl reboot, talks about reviving the 2000s show for a new decad…
 
Musician Gary Kemp, a founding member of the '80s powerhouse group Spandau Ballet, talks about his first solo album in 25 years, which sees him reflect on his youth and how it connects to the person he is today. NASA robotics technologist Brendan Chamberlain-Simon (also known as Proud Father), discusses how he turned his career dread into a new alb…
 
Actor Maitreyi Ramakrishnan talks about her transformation from Mississauga, Ont., high school student to the star of Netflix's hit series Never Have I Ever. Singer-songwriter Chet Faker discusses his latest album, Hotel Surrender, and explains why he retired his alias for five years to release music under his birth name, Nick Murphy. Singer-songwr…
 
Aasif Mandvi (The Daily Show, This Way Up, Evil) returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about mindfulness practice in performance, how TV is quickly adapting and evolving into streaming, and dealing with tinnitus. Season 2 of "Evil" is on Paramount+ and "This Way Up" is on Hulu! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Priv…
 
LCD Soundsystem is one of the hippest, most beloved bands of the early 21st century, but its frontman says he’s spent a lifetime being uncool and no fun. James Murphy talks with Marc about the personal and global tragedies that precipitated the founding of the band, the character traits he had to come to terms with in order to lead the band, and wh…
 
Actor Lena Headey discusses her latest film, Gunpowder Milkshake, and how she really felt about Game of Thrones's controversial ending. Three former die-hard Spice Girls fans reflect on the group's debut album, diving into its fun, empowering and downright problematic sides. Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee, tells us why she wanted to show a diffe…
 
Dr. Robert Winters is a world renown sports psychologist and a part of the David Leadbetter Golf Academy. Dr. Bob has worked with some of the biggest names in golf as well as the everyday golfer like you and me. His insight into what we all need to do mentally to become a better player is very interesting. We also profile the Bel-Wood Country Club …
 
Neil & Geoff speak to bubbly 5000m superstar & Olympian Jenny Blundell in her first ever podcast interview, they learn how a full time exercise physiologist specialising in stroke & cardiac orthopaedic rehab finds time to qualify for the Olympics during COVID, how the complicated qualification process works & why she qualified even though she misse…
 
If floods are inevitable, why do humans insist on building alongside riverbanks? Todd Kerstetter, professor of history at Texas Christian University, tries to answer that question in Flood on the Tracks: Living, Dying, and the Nature of Disaster in the Elkhorn River Basin (Texas Tech University Press, 2019). Kerstetter examines a relatively small r…
 
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