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RelicRadio.com presents tales of the strange and bizarre, the weird and the wicked. Stories not necessarily of the supernatural, but of the unnatural. Join us for Strange Tales, featuring radio drama at its most mysterious and unusual. Abnormal old time radio!
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Roll Weird

Where They May Radio

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An actual play podcast of Monster of the Week where a gang of weirdos are thrown into the horror-comedy arena hosted by Leland Hall. Join Andy, Anna, Matt, and Soren on an emotional journey through improvisation, mystery-solving, and tiny amounts of math. Come for the laughs, stay for the scares. Produced by Ronnie Palmieri and proud member of Where They May Radio. Join Matt, Andy, Anna, and Soren at the table, and let’s play Monster of the Week!
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Mystery Theater Complete Radio Collection has 1532 CBS Radio Mystery Theater episodes. Listen, Download, Follow, Share, Rate 5 Stars, Send in a Voice Message, and Support This Podcast to encourage us to keep adding more episodes to our Appbly.com podcasts. Please access our growing catalog of hundreds of thousands of episodes from tens of thousands of popular media programs using the Media icon at Appbly.com. If you have any feedback please send us an email using the Contact icon at Appbly.c ...
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Dream Train

Imaginary Theater Company

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“Dream Train” is a one-act radio play for children and grown-ups of all ages. Scout lives in the City and dreams of catching fireflies in the Forest. Honor lives in the Forest and dreams of seeing the City lights up close. The City and the Forest are divided by train tracks. On Independence Eve, it is announced that the tracks will soon be replaced by a wall. Will the spirits of the Dream Train be able to bring Honor and Scout together before it is too late? Climb aboard and join us for a jo ...
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Plays On Word Radio

Pastor/ Artist Fred Kenney Jr.

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An in-depth look at the Word of God, the Plays On Word community, and the Plays - with original music - we perform, that are based on the Word of God. New episodes drop Fridays at 7AM EST! To find out how Plays On Word Theater can perform 'LIVE on YOUR STAGE' and to support this missionary & podcast visit: https://playsonword.org/
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What’s The Mate is a completely improvised show where a rotating cast of improvisers turn the wacky Berlin tales into long-form hilarity! Join Julia Joubert and her incredibly funny guests for an improv experience unlike any other - it’s so Berlin. bearradio.org/whatsthemate
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Award-winning radio personality, podcaster, and SNL fanatic/historian NICK DIGILIO hosts this weekly deep dive into the world of the granddaddy of all sketch-comedy shows. Nick, a Second City grad and veteran of Chicago comedy and theater, has watched every single episode of SNL since George Carlin hosted the premiere on October 11th, 1975. Consisting of new and old episode analysis; SNL-relates guests; historical impact; and even entire episodes dedicated completely to just one sketch…this ...
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Sapphire Planet is a meditative scientific journey through the universe, narrated by Jim J. Norris. It combines smooth, relaxing music with a lecture on a different scientific topic each week. For those who want to learn more about science in a fun, painless way. Also extremely effective if you suffer from insomnia and need sleep meditation. You can purchase Sapphire Planet Merchandise online at SapphirePlanet.com Jim is the performance artist in residence at LA Talk Radio. Listen live every ...
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Interviews focusing on Music and Entertainment, Books, Fine Art and Photography, Theater, Film and Performing Arts. Hosts are Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Magazines. See https://blendradioandtv.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Cassette Tape Radio mashes together disparate elements to create a weirdo mixtape. Anything from comedy sketches, to poems and heated interviews. First episodes include a rap about fax machines, an essay about the playlist you make for your one night stands and an introduction to brand new musical genre I’ve created (#ElectroKrud). Playful, experimental and weird - welcome to Cassette Tape Radio
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Yaya Diamonds Dream Chasers Radio is an interview platform hosted by the energetic Yaya Diamond with guests from every profession. Her guests have included top neuro-surgeons, Doctors, Authors, Grammy-nominated and Grammy-winning musicians, Entrepreneurs, Health topics, men and women issues, comedians, and much more. There is something for everyone here on Dream Chasers Radio. Subscribe to the youtube channel to watch here.
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Enter the macabre mind of gothic literature master, Edgar Allan Poe, as we bring thirteen classic tales to life with voice actors, sound effects and music. This production — conceived from the brilliant minds of Olivia French and Alexandra Meerbach — features the voices of Australian actors, and is proudly supported by the Ballarat Arts Foundation. RavenMad’s adaptation aims to grant listeners access to Poe’s arabesque world and ignite a passion for the sinister and sublime genre of gothic l ...
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The Orbiting Human Circus

WNYC Studios and Night Vale Presents

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Discover a wondrously surreal world of magic, music, and mystery. This immersive, cinematic audio spectacle follows the adventures of a lonely, stage-struck janitor who is drawn into the larger-than-life universe of the Orbiting Human Circus, a fantastical, wildly popular radio show broadcast from the top of the Eiffel Tower. WNYC Studios presents a special director’s cut of this joyous, moving break from reality. Starring John Cameron Mitchell, Julian Koster, Tim Robbins, Drew Callander, Su ...
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Basic Folk

The Bluegrass Situation

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Basic Folk features honest conversations with folk musicians hosted by Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio DJ, and singer/songwriter Lizzie No. While we’re not gassing up the banjo, fiddle, guitar and mandolin, Basic Folk approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful (invasive?) questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Our definition of “folk” is extremely broad, so you’ll hear interviews from Molly Tuttle, Ben Harper ...
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Day Dream: A Radio Drama

HUEMANATI ARTIST COLLECTIVE

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Day Dream is an audio drama inspired by the life of jazz artist and composer Billy Strayhorn. It contrasts Billy’s journey, looking back on his life during a radio interview, with the journey of Andre, an aspiring jazz vocalist struggling to find his voice in today’s world.Day Dream is set in two time periods: Billy in 1965, and Andre in modern day. The 1965 time period looks at the musical genius, whom world renowned artist Duke Ellington called his “writing and arranging companion”, and th ...
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A fictional radio program that tells the story of two young employees of a fantasy supermarket called Troll Foods. The story follows the two girls, Milly and Florence, on their adventures together in store – whether it's dealing with spells going wrong, difficult customers or the ever elusive but very alarming store ‘management’. The focus is on the two girls’ friendship and the way they overcome problems (both physical and emotional) together, usually joined by some wacky side characters al ...
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God Talks To An Agnostic

The Wilbury Theatre Group

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GOD TALKS TO AN AGNOSTIC is a 12-part audio play written and directed by Don Mays, and pitted against the backdrop of the racial and cultural issues of today. Featuring Rose Weaver and Don Mays in the titular roles, this innovative new work is a compelling exploration of the impact of religion on race, Black culture and a collective need for faith in something larger than ourselves.​ Presented by The Wilbury Theatre Group, in collaboration with AFRI Productions and The Public's Radio. www.th ...
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Bad Hotel

Will Joseph Cook

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A podcast by indie artist Will Joseph Cook. With a new creative guest in every episode, the Bad Hotel podcast explores the worlds of music, art, live performance and what it's like to live in these worlds. It's a relatable hang that hopefully sheds some light on the often mysterious and weird journeys creatives go through to reach where they're at. That said, it does frequently ride off the rails.
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In the future, incredibly fast, gigantic cargo ships ferry supplies from one cruise liner to another. These comically slow cruises are on a generations-spanning journey to find ‘habitable terrain’. Anyone with a passion for something new or exciting was put on a waiting list to join ‘The New Day Solar Cruise Lines’ [brought to you by the lovely folks at SIGN Inc.] Each and every passenger is filled with a lifetime of fun, ‘Soy Joy’ and the dream that their children’s children’s children’s ch ...
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ADVENTURE AHEAD

Entertainment Radio

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In 1944, NBC wanted a show for younger audiences, not for little kids, but more for those coming of age. That was the impetus for this old-time radio great, Adventure Ahead. Although Adventure Ahead was intended for all audiences, it was geared for young men. All the plots were from famous adventure fiction writers, and they all starred or were intended for boys. Some of the well-known writers were Daniel Defoe, Steven Vincent Benet, and Waldo Fleming. The stories and plots were adventures t ...
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“Every Voice with Terrance McKnight” is a show that spotlights the vibrant stories and perspectives that reflect the whole of the American musical experience. There are many different kinds of classical music, depending on where you are in the world. While this music typically preserves the traditions of a given society, classical music in America remains wedded to its Western European roots. On this show, we want to know why — and what America’s classical music really sounds like. Through i ...
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This episode of Big Blend Radio's TOAST TO THE ARTS Show features songwriter, keyboardist, and bassist Neal Rosner who talks about his music and new solo album "Kentucky." The album chronicles Neal's 12-year residency in Madisonville, Kentucky. Songs were written between 1972 -2023. Engineered by Steve Baker, a small studio with a big heart, the al…
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On this episode of Big Blend Radio, Lance Laber, Executive Director of the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, talks about the Spiritual Life of Ted DeGrazia including the annual "Way of the Cross" exhibit, the Mission in the Sun, Padre Kino, and more. DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is a 10-acre historic landmark nestled in the foothills of the Santa Catalin…
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This week, Strange Tales features an adaptation of a story by Lord Dunsany titled, A Night At An Inn. This episode of The Columbia Workshop originally aired May 23, 1937. Listen to more from The Columbia Workshop https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12024/StrangeTales736.mp3 Download StrangeTales736 | Subscribe | Support …
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“Music to me is like breathing. I don’t get tired of breathing, I don’t get tired of music.” Ray Charles From Ray Charles and Otis Redding to Little Richard and Clarence Carter, this episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND Podcast celebrates the African American music history of Georgia, the Peach State. Special guest is Joey Stuckey, Music Am…
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"Have you ever noticed how a well-timed pause can supercharge your next act? That's exactly what we explore with our guests, Scott and Lynn Jackson from the Thrive Leadership Foundation, in our heartfelt conversation about the restorative healing of sabbaticals." PlayGrounds section: Recorded after our Genesis 'JOE' performance during the Pastors &…
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This episode of Big Blend Radio's "Jefferson Highway" Show focuses on the historic music and songs of the Jefferson Highway Era. The Jefferson Highway Association originally founded the Jefferson Highway in 1915. This international highway is also known as "The Pines to the Palms Highway," that runs from Winnipeg, Canada to New Orleans, Louisiana. …
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Dinty Child, founding member of Session Americana, the beloved Boston roots music collective, who've accidentally been a band for twenty years, has just released his second solo album, Letting the Lions In. The new songs feature co-writing on all tracks between Dinty and Boston area songwriters like Mark Erelli, Kris Delmhorst and Dave Godowsky. A …
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Nick welcomes Esmeralda Leon to the podcast, who is his buddy and the co-host of the final segment of every episode of “The Nick D Podcast.” Esma has worked in the radio and broadcast business for years as a host, news anchor, traffic reporter, voiceover artist, contributor to comedy shows, and more. She has been a fan “Saturday Night Live” for yea…
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Phenomena Report Lucas prevents a terrible disaster. Whistler steps on an old trap. Dani gives a reality check. Dale chats with his uncle. Intro/Outro Music: “The Soul Embarks” by Ronnie Palmieri Background Music: "Harsh Alien Machine", "Rubix Cube", "Autumn Sunset", "Algorithm" produced by Jason Shaw on AudionautiX and is released under Creative C…
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This time on Strange Tales we hear The Special Undertaking, the September 4, 1975, episode of The CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Listen to more from The CBS Radio Mystery Theater https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12024/StrangeTales735.mp3 Download StrangeTales735 | Subscribe | Support Strange Tales…
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Have You Seen The One About...? On this episode of Big Blend Radio, artist Victoria Chick shares some personal observations about humor in art. Artists covered in this art podcast include noted illustrator Edward Abrams, artist Lund, and dark social realist Phillip Evergood. Read her article and view the art here: https://blendradioandtv.com/listin…
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This episode of Big Blend Radio features bestselling author Peter Kageyama who discusses his latest Kats Takemoto novel, MIDNIGHT CLIMAX. In MIDNIGHT CLIMAX, Kats Takemoto, the nisei private detective from his first novel HUNTERS POINT, returns to investigate the murder of a young Chinese girl, killed in a covert CIA brothel in the heart of San Fra…
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"Ever wondered how ancient narratives hold up against the complexities of modern faith? Join us on a captivating journey as we continue to uncover the life of Joseph, starting with the dreams that set a dramatic saga in motion." We dissect the jealousy-ridden dynamics among Joseph's brothers and contemplate the wisdom—or perhaps folly—in his choice…
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Tyrone Cotton, a decades-long mainstay of the Louisville, KY music scene just released his 2023 debut album, "Man Like Me." A quick listen to these songs reveals an artist who has spent decades steeped in roots music. Lizzie No spoke with Tyrone and Ray Rizzo, one of the album’s producers, about Tyrone’s journey as an artist and the making of ‘Man …
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Nick delves into “Dr. Beaman’s Office: Test Results,” one of the most bizarre sketches in “Saturday Night Live” history. Written by Adam McKay and Will Ferrell, and starring Ferrell alongside Molly Shannon, Chris Parnell, Rachel Dratch, and Tim Meadows as “Dr. Poop,” this sketch is analyzed in depth. Nick plays the entire sketch for listeners, prov…
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“Melodies bring memories, That linger in my heart, Make me think of Georgia, Why did we ever part?” by Stuart Gorrell and Hoagy Carmichael From Ray Charles, Otis Redding, and James Brown, to REM, the B-52s, Allman Brothers, The Black Crowes, Outkast, Jason Aldean, and Johnny Mercer, this episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND podcast celebrat…
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Featuring Emmy and multiple award-winning guitarist Brian Tarquin, this episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND Podcast celebrates National Guitar Day (Feb. 11) and the release of his latest "Brian Tarquin & Heavy Friends" collaborative album "Beyond the Warrior's Eyes." The follow up to "Brothers in Arms," this album also features legendary j…
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"Have you ever witnessed a play that moved you to your core and illuminated your spiritual path? Today we recount the profound impact Genesis ‘JOE’ had on pastors and ministry leaders at a recent retreat... a powerful reflection on human deception and divine promises." Have you ever witnessed a play that moved you to your core and illuminated your …
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Canada's Talia Schlanger is best known for her work in broadcasting; guest-hosting Q with Tom Power on CBC and Alec Baldwin's "Here's the Thing" podcast, as well as taking over for David Dye on NPR Music's World Cafe in Philadelphia. Before all that, Talia was an actor and singer in many theater productions including Mamma Mia, Queen's We Will Rock…
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Nick looks back, talks about, and plays some very funny “Saturday Night Live” sketches that satirize the films and culture of the Disney empire. From hilarious takedowns of “Frozen 2” and “Mary Poppins,” to great sight gags involving the flying carpet rides in “Aladdin,” and the underwater antics in “The Little Mermaid,” nothing is off limits here.…
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Phenomena Report Further infiltrating Dr. Maskal’s secret compound, our heroes find an old friend in terrible danger. Short on time, they pull off a risky move to create an opening. Intro/Outro Music: “The Soul Embarks” by Ronnie Palmieri Background Music: "Autumn Sunet" and "Cycles" produced by Jason Shaw on AudionautiX and is released under Creat…
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Strange Tales features a story from Inner Sanctum Mysteries this week. We’ll hear Boris Karloff in The Wailing Wall, a story first heard November 6, 1945. Listen to more Inner Sanctum Mysteries https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12024/StrangeTales733.mp3 Download StrangeTales733 | Subscribe | Support Strange Tales…
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What's your favorite love song? From Melissa Manchester and Sting to Peter Gabriel, Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and Bob Dylan, this episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND Show focuses on Love Songs and Ballads with award-winning vocalist and composer Johnny Schaefer. Johnny Schaefer co-hosts the Big Daily Blend podcast every 1st Sunday. Keep …
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This episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND podcast remembers popular rock 'n roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and "The Big Bopper" J. P. Richardson, along with pilot Roger Peterson, who were all killed in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa on February 3, 1959. We revisit an interview with Lindsay James, Executive Director of Visi…
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This episode of Big Blend Radio's 1st Friday "Toast to The Arts & Parks" Show features artist Diana Miller, the latest National Parks Arts Foundation artist-in-residence at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. Diana lives on the island of Hawai’i near Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, combining her passion for art and environmental stewardship. Hear abo…
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"Join us as we continue to share miraculous road-trip tales, testaments to the divine timing we've seen time and again. Today we not only recount our adventures but celebrate the sacred connections and protections that carry us forward." Mentioned in Today's Interview with Katie Kenney & Fred Kenney, Jr.: • Pastor Dave Goyke & wife, Vicky Goyke - (…
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In honor of Black History month, this episode of Big Blend Radio's "Big Daily Blend" Podcast focuses on Mississippi Blues history and culture. FEATURED GUESTS: - MARGO COOPER - Writer, Photographer, and author of “Deep Inside the Blues: Photographs & Interviews," which is out now through University Press of Mississippi. Visit: https://www.margocoop…
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Dive into the enchanting world of Elise Leavy, a musician hailing from the picturesque Monterey, California through her latest album A Little Longer. Elise's artistic journey is steeped in the influence of her magical surroundings and a childhood filled with music, thanks to her mom's painting and stepdad's musical talents. Growing up with a deep a…
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Nick reminisces about one of the most iconic “Saturday Night Live” characters, motivational speaker Matt Foley, created by Bob Odenkirk and famously portrayed by Chris Farley. The episode traces the character’s origins back to 1990, inspired by Odenkirk’s childhood in Naperville, Illinois, and highlights how Farley made the role his own. It feature…
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"Laughter is much more important than applause. Applause is almost a duty. Laughter is a reward." Carol Channing (January 31, 1923 - January 15, 2019) Get ready for us to dip our toes into hot chocolate on this episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND podcast! Enjoy our celebration of National Hot Chocolate Day while we also honor the life and …
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On this episode of Big Blend Radio, Lance Laber, Executive Director of the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, talks about the new Ted DeGrazia exhibits on display now, including the annual "Way of the Cross," "Rodeo," and "DeGrazia's Master of Arts Thesis Paintings." DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is a 10-acre historic landmark nestled in the foothills of t…
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“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” Plato This episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND Podcast celebrates Global Community Engagement Day with a discussion on how music has the power to unite and build community. FEATURED GUESTS: - JOEY STUCKEY who co-hosts every 4th Sunday…
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This episode of Big Blend Radio's BIG DAILY BLEND Podcast is all about Books for Horse Lovers. FEATURED GUESTS: * CHRISTY WOOD is a world champion horse trainer also exhibiting in jumping and trail, a winner in extreme trail obstacle challenges, a carded horse show judge with 7 breed associations, and owner of Wood N Horse Training Stables in Three…
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"Today my husband and I unravel the tapestry of our mission and the resonating impact of our travels. This episode is a heartfelt homage to the vibrant souls and spirited events that have deeply moved us." Mentioned in Today's Interview with Katie Kenney & Fred Kenney, Jr.: • Thrive Leadership Foundation (Scott & Lynn Jackson - CoFounders) • Sandy …
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Sarah Jarosz is what happens when young women are taken seriously. A huge part of the mandolinist’s story is that she had supportive male mentors and that has added to her confidence. We all know the age old story of “Young woman shows promise, gets exploited by the patriarchy and it affects her work.” We need to hear stories like this. Starting in…
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Nick revisits some of the most iconic political impressions on “Saturday Night Live” performed by guest stars rather than cast members. This episode showcases five outstanding impersonations of real-life politicians. Highlights include Tina Fey’s acclaimed portrayal of Sarah Palin, Melissa McCarthy’s uproarious take on former Trump Press Secretary …
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This episode of Big Blend Radio features Guy Wall, a New Orleans-based musician, singer, songwriter and founder of the Arrythmers. WATCH THIS PODCAST ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/DFhvGKxrlx4 Hear about their second album "Cardiac" that evolves from the rhythm and blues feel of their first album, “Below Sea Level” (released in June 2021), to a moder…
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On this episode of Big Blend Radio, artist Victoria Chick talks about the art, life, and legacy of Georges Schreiber, a successful painter and printmaker during the 1930s and 40s. Read her article about him here: https://blendradioandtv.com/listing/artist-georges-schreiber/ Victoria Chick is a contemporary figurative artist and early 19th/20th cent…
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"Come join a conversation enveloped by the aura of heritage, a tapestry woven with threads of survival and faith. Our discussion is one deeply rooted in history, personal anecdotes, and rich with the resilience of the Armenian people." PlayGrounds section: Today's PlayGround section was recorded after our 'CHRISTMAS JOE' performance. Wilma Cholakia…
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Vivian Leva and Riley Calcagno, known as Viv & Riley, dive deep into the nuances of old-time music, folk influences, and the process behind their album, Imaginary People. The duo, who ​met ​at ​a ​music ​camp ​in ​Port ​Townsend, ​Washington, trace their roots from Riley's disciplined musical practice to Viv's intuitive approach. The two found insp…
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