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Dissecting The 80s

Tripp and Andrew Laino

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Tripp and Andrew Laino have been watching movies together since 1992, and making fun of them together since 1999, when a rainy afternoon of babysitting turned into 8 hours of cheesy science fiction and jokes. Raised on a strict diet of 80s movies, the pair have an undying love for the decade and all of the weird, wonderful cinema therein, despite barely being there for it. Every other week (since 2014) they dissect a movie and the bizarre cinema quirks of 30-odd years ago.
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An inspiring, informative, and transformational message catered to the athlete looking for a breakthrough, the parent seeking leadership advice to guide their home, the executive working to earn a promotion, or the person in despair. Combined with life and work experience and educational studies, the message of "The Eighty-Seconds of Development" aims to impact and advance the lives of others.
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Listen again to recorded live shows broadcast on Carousel FM, Your Better Music Station. We are the Independent Radio Station for Tenbury Wells. Catch us live on www.carousel-fm.com, On your Internet Radio, Ask Alexa to play "Carousel FM", Radio Garden, My Tuner Radio, Simple Radio. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & TikTok
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The Test of Time

Alan Noah and James Brief

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Are the classic movies of our childhood really as great as we remember them? Hosts Alan Noah and James Brief take a fresh look at our favorite films to see if they have stood The Test of Time.
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Welcome to the Cult Film Club, a monthly podcast and blog about MOVIES WE LOVE TO DEATH despite how bad, weird or obscure they are. In fact, we love them because they’re bad, weird or obscure! We discuss and analyze cult films from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. The Cult Film Club feed is also the home for the I Read Movies & Crestwood House podcasts!
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As a 67 year old newly retired bloke, it's time for a new venture and my podcast 'BACK IN THE DAY' is it .My podcast is it is going to be a journey of discovery, banter and the past. From football, music, movies and anything else that comes to mind.Join me David Rivett & my guests to look back on what was great and not so great BACK IN THE DAY!!
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It's a movie podcast! One host loves a movie, the other has never seen it. They watch. They discuss. Why do we call it a Load Bearing Beam? Because it's a movie you love so much that it holds up the foundation of the very structure that is you. Laci Roth and Matt Stokes are a married couple that needs to find stuff to watch together. On this show, they take a look at movies loved by one but unseen, disliked, or forgotten by the other. With open hearts but exhausted and cynical minds, they wi ...
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We Don't Wanna Grow Up is a nostalgic podcast about pop culture, toys and fond memories of the 80s, 90s and 00s. We want to take you back to that feeling of strolling down the aisles at Toys R Us, flipping through the J.C. Penney catalog so you can ear-mark everything you want for Christmas, cozying up in front of the television on a Saturday morning with a big bowl of cereal, or waiting hours for a certain song to play on the radio so you can hit record on your tape player and have the song ...
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If you‘re interested in the mental side of sport performance, this is the podcast for you. Whether you’re an athlete, a coach, a sport psychology professional, or even just a sports fan, Dr Pete Olusoga, along with his expert guests, will answer all the questions you could possibly have about the role of the mind in sport performance. Is there such a thing as a winning mindset and if so, where can I get one? Why do we get nervous, and what should we do about it? What‘s the deal with mindfuln ...
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Preggers Can Be Choosers delivers a ten-minute and eighty-second or less podcast shortie addressing frequent questions and topics of reflection or whatever else we are into at the moment. #thisiswhathealinglookslike #preggerscanbechoosers Be wary, we are a little sweary so grab your headphones if you have concerns for tender ears and sensibilities. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pcbc/support
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As a monk, I bring a strong commitment, along with the renunciate flavor, to the classic Buddhist teachings. I play with ideas, with humor and a current way of expressing the teachings, but I don't dilute them. Sitting in a field of fifty to eighty people really starts my mind sparking. Since I don't prepare my talks ahead of time, I find myself listening to what I'm saying along with everyone else. This leaves a lot of room for the Dhamma to come up. Just having eighty people listening to m ...
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Word In Your Ear

Mark Ellen, David Hepworth and Alex Gold

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Mark Ellen and David Hepworth have been talking about and writing about music together and individually for a collective eighty years in magazines like Smash Hits, Mojo and The Word and on radio and TV programmes like "Rock On", "Whistle Test" and VH-1. Over thirteen years ago, when working on the late magazine The Word, they began producing podcasts. Some listeners have been kind enough to say these have been very special to them. When the magazine folded in 2012 they kept the spirit of tho ...
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Rookie Hunter

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Stories of hunting, fishing, hiking and backpacking in British Columbia from the perspective of new hunters. Follow Mike and Kelly's adventures in the backcountry and hear stories from special guests that include other rookie hunters, experienced outdoorsmen and experts in the field
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EIGHTY Live

EIGHTY Live

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EIGHTY Live brings together a panel of culturally-savvy, successful, and self-starting creatives who are leaders in their industries to discuss timely topics in front of a live audience.
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Some stout chaps hailing originally from Wales discuss movies and popular culture with a particular focus on 80s nostalgia and pushing the theory that 80s movies are some of the best, and most interesting movies that have ever existed.
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Sonic Daydream

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Sonic Daydream dives deep into rock’s rich legacy to bring you the best of the lesser-heard sounds of the late 20th century. It’s not the same stuff you’ve heard a million times before. These are not your daddy’s golden oldies!
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Thirty Pop

Luke Brawner

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Thirty pop is a weekly peek back at the music, movies, sports, fashion, politics and news from 30 years ago, hosted Luke Brawner, and featuring a rotating cast of special guests and the occasional early 90s celeb!
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Join pro Guitar Instructors, Performers, Recording Artists and Session Musicians Scott Allen and Ryan Bowe as they talk all things Rock and Metal Guitar. They break down music and pop culture, as well as, learning guitar, guitar gear, performing and Rock guitar culture and history with the wit and insight of guys who have been players for decades. If your like Rock guitar, Rock music, Metal and Shredding this Podcast is a must listen!
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8111

Matt Wallin

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Eighty-one eleven is hosted by visual effects artist and VCUarts Professor Matt Wallin, V.E.S. Each episode is a conversation with a guest who worked at George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic during its 40+ year history. Guests discuss their journeys and career paths, and how working at ILM changed them.
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Retro Chart Trivia - a fortnightly podcast of 80s chart trivia from the factual to the ridiculous. Step back in time... Follow us @charttrivia here and on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook!
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You're not alone if you're into the conspiracy side of politics. Our host is a Libertarian veteran who believes freedom isn't free. Your rights are at-risk, and there's only a handful of people willing to admit it. Join us in reading between the lines of politics on both sides of the aisle. With your help, we can stop the tyranny before the world truly becomes Orwellian. https://audio.1983podcast.com
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Iron Butterfly

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The first podcast by and for women in the US Intelligence Community, The Iron Butterfly Podcast brings you real stories from women in intelligence. Eighty years ago, Eloise Page joined the Office of Strategic Services, trailblazing a path for what ultimately became the United States Intelligence Community. She rose the ranks from secretary to case officer, defying the norms of her time, and eventually became the first female Chief of Station at CIA. Eloise was known among her colleagues to b ...
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How do I grow my brand on social media? How do I come up with content to post? Can I become an influencer? Is it possible to make money online? Welcome to Social Media Decoded a podcast dedicated to helping creatives, influencers, business owners and entrepreneurs simplify social media and thrive online. Hosted by Michelle Thames a social media strategist, influencer, and owner of Thames Media Solutions. Michelle brings you all the best tips to help you understand social media better. Sharin ...
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Rediscover the 80s is your retro news and talk station hosted by Jason and Wyatt. Listen to the "Memory Jogger" talk show for a Gen X mind jolt. "The 80s Weekly" delivers the latest retro pop culture headlines with reaction. "Rediscovered" reviews obscure TV, film, and animation from the '80s. Plus, more specialty shows!
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This podcast dedicated to the history of the music in the eighties (1980-1989) Questo podcast è dedicato alla storia della musica degli anni ottanta (1980-1989) © All Rights Reserved
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Arena

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Irish podcast exploring what's happening in the world of arts, culture and entertainment. Listen live every weeknight on RTÉ Radio 1 from 7-8pm. Listen to individual clips at rte.ie/arena. Presented by Sean Rocks.
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Leaders, how often have you dealt with staff and employees who did not agree with your decision? Many leaders need help with this conundrum, trying to please too many people. In these moments, it is critical to embrace the decision you made as a leader, and though many may not agree with it, their job is to support you. So, no matter what choices c…
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KBKabaret Week Eighty Eight Podcast Show Notes 53:30 A Kallaballo of Variety in Parlor City Upstate New York: Leatherstocking Region Comedy and Music Variety Show contains original comedy skits, music, short stories, and even recipes Producer, Host, and Head Writer: Bree Harvey Actors: Bree Harvey, Judy McMahon, Bonnie DeForest, Charles Berman, Joh…
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Between the D-Day landings on June 6, 1944 and the liberation of Paris on August 25 lies the Battle of Normandy. For three months, the Allied forces fought fiercely against the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany. From heavily bombed towns, to relentless artillery fire and hand-to-hand combat in the "Falaise pocket", Normandy was ravaged and civilians were t…
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On today's episode, DeQuiency and Anthony discuss: Another Houston Super Storm Tom Brady doesn't understand what a roast is NFL schedule drop Scottie Scheffler vs the police X-Men '97 And more! Follow Anthony on Twitter at @anthony_elric and on Instagram at notelric. Follow the show on Twitter at @288Pod Email the show at twoeightyeightpod@gmail.co…
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Sometimes the transition out of sport can be easy, a natural progression to the next stage of an athlete’s life. Sometimes it can be an intensely difficult and painful experience. Sometimes, ending an athletic career can be a deliberate choice, other times it’s forced upon an athlete through injury, or changing circumstances. In the final episode o…
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In this episode, Michelle Thames shares her personal journey, from being fired from her healthcare job to finding success in the digital world through social media. She talks about her experience in the healthcare field, her struggles to move up in the industry, and the pivotal moment of being fired. Michelle then discusses how she embraced the dig…
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The Summer of Spielberg begins with Spielberg’s biggest hit, the classic 1982 alien/divorce family film E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. Adjusted for inflation, this is the fourth-highest-grossing movie of all time. Beloved by generations, it is a lot of fun, yes… but it’s also some dark, dark shit. Laci explains why it’s always been so difficult for he…
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The brothers of a rowdy fraternity drink, party, and try not to get expelled. Special guests Rich Noah and Paul Brief—our dads!—join us to chat about John Belushi’s eyebrows, a freeze-frame heart attack, and getting an A in lobotomy. Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to find out if National Lampoon's Animal House stands the Test of Time.…
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In this episode, Michelle Thames shares her top eight tools that have helped her run her business. The tools are categorized into communication and collaboration, creating content, managing the back end, and marketing and automation. Some of the tools mentioned include Slack for team communication, ClickUp for project management, Riverside for prof…
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Send us a Text Message. On May 30, 2024, we entered (more) unprecedented times when a former U.S. President was convicted on 34 felony accounts. But what does it all mean? Join us this week as we bring in political expert (and Liz's dad) Guy Dufault to help us break down the crime, the conviction, what it means for the future and how the hell we en…
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On our Season 6 finale, we are joined by the incredible Sandra Auchter, Director of NGA Denver. A self described foreign policy wonk, she's known to listen to alternate between NPR and Wall Street Journal podcasts and Beyonce's latest music. From discussing the foundational INT to what Sandra's 'walk-out' song would be, tune in for a truly fun epis…
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You’ll always find us in the kitchen at parties, near the hoppy summer ale and sausage rolls and, and this week discussing … … he hasn't changed his look or sound for 30 years: is there a more conservative concept than Liam Gallagher? And how he became the one-man Oasis. … the eye-watering sum Kevin Hart made from Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. … …
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In this episode, Michelle Thames discusses the crucial steps to putting yourself out there online, setting goals, and building confidence. She emphasizes that everyone starts somewhere and that fear is normal but can be overcome through action. Michelle advises starting small and focusing on authenticity to attract an audience. She also emphasizes …
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Lola Wright and her inimitable charisma join me on the pod today! Lola is a TEDx speaker, ordained minister, jazz singer, life guide, mother, partner, a gazillion more things, and now a landscape design business owner. We, of course, talk about her journey through recent changes. Lola dives into her views on community building and why it’s importan…
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It's our latest theme month, the month of John, and we're kicking off with the delightful spoof: Johnny Dangerously! Amy Heckerling's three classics, spoofing a dead genre, Disney rides teaching us about gangster films, Keaton absolutely killing it, and some real live-action cartoon zaniness! All this and more! Looking for #272, To Wong Foo, Thanks…
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“I thought Dave Davies of the Kinks was a girl. When I discovered he was a boy, that’s when I got interested.” Jon’s an old friend of the podcast and the author of some highly regarded and influential books about pop and its repercussions, ‘England’s Dreaming’ and ‘1966: the Year The Decade Exploded’ among them. His latest is ‘The Secret Public: Ho…
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Giles was 12 when he watched Abba win Eurovision in 1974 and was instantly besotted – and thus required to spend the next 20 years wrestling with The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name. His thunderingly funny, fond and illuminating book – My My!: Abba Through The Years – traces their story, looks at the snobbery and critical mauling they endured and…
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What happens at work when you are challenged? When someone asks you questions about your work, do you feel slighted? Do you become angry and annoyed? Or do you explain the situation in depth? I am guilty of asking for expansion on situations, but it is not due to a lack of trust or competency questioning. I am looking for an expert to explain the o…
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We're taking the week off as we prepare for the Summer of Spielberg, which starts next Friday (June 14) with an episode about E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. But to hold you over, we have this episode where Matt will take you through some of our favorite moments from our back catalogue. Thank you for your support of Load Bearing Beams! The listenership…
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Mad Max fights for his life, and the lives of young plane crash survivors. Listen as we discuss Jeff Garlin’s thoughts on Michael Bay, laws that are just six words long, and what this movie has in common with Showgirls. Two men enter, one man leaves as we find out if Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome stands the Test of Time.…
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Peter Meaden was a key figure in the Mod movement. He changed the world view of Andrew Loog Oldham, which shaped the early Stones, and he managed the Who, remodelling their look and sound, writing their first single and turning them into Mod figureheads. Steve Turner interviewed him in 1975, an exchange that's now the centrepiece of his new book 'K…
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Send us a Text Message. In 2015, thousands of marriages imploded when the user list for the affair-seeking website Ashley Madison was leaked. In 2024, Netflix released a documentary that shines a new light on what really happened. Join us this week as we dive into the company, the scandal, the lies and the men who told them. Homework Ashley Madison…
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Summary In this episode, Michelle Thames discusses the smoke and mirrors of online success posts on social media. She emphasizes taking these posts with a grain of salt and not getting caught up in the hype. Michelle highlights that many influencers are not making as much money as they claim and that building a sustainable business takes time and c…
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Hey folks, here's an audio recording from a TikTok livestream we held to discuss Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge (2001) as a companion to our Romeo + Juliet episode. Thanks to everyone who attended the stream! You can follow us on TikTok and catch future livestreams at https://www.tiktok.com/@load.bearing.beams And we have plenty of good stuff in addit…
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Pete finally getting his Robocop episode? I'd buy that for a dollar! It's Stacy's first viewing of the 1987 film, and we had a good time discussing it! We also talk about how Stacy is now a cereal ambassador, Pete's surprising new collection, and a new interaction with a childhood celebrity crush. Our Instagram Our Website Our Facebook Our TikTok S…
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