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Why do fans love some Rotten films and hate some Fresh ones? What did critics make of a cult classic before it earned its cult status? In this bi-weekly podcast, hosts Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”
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Film Fandango

Film Fandango

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Comedians David Reed and Marek Larwood discuss films old and new, from the latest releases to cult classics. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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RadioActive

KUOW News and Information

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Stories produced by students participating in our youth media program. Learn more about the intensive, fun and free introductory radio journalism workshops we offer throughout the year.
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Retired Biology Teacher - hobby of old radio restoration - Concerned about Civil Rights and Climate Change. Definitely not supporting Trump. Volunteered for public radio and tv stations as Producer and A/V editor for 20 yrs.
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Pop Culture Weekly

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Pop Culture Weekly is your weekly talk show featuring interviews with your favorite celebrities & covering the news, reviews and views you want in movies, music, TV, streaming and everything in between! Hosted by Kyle McMahon and a rotating panel of co-hosts, we've got all of your pop culture...weekly! Presented by iHeartRadio. PopCultureWeekly.com
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Finish The Fight: A Gaming Podcast

Finish The Fight: A Gaming Podcast

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Finish the Fight is a biweekly podcast that explores the production, reception, and history of your favorite games. We develop and produce the highest quality gaming research in podcast form. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/finish-the-fight/support
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For over 20 years, Colt Cabana travels ALL OVER THE WORLD as a full time pro wrestler. Colt & guest sit down IN PERSON and really talk about the struggles and triumphs it takes to be in the pro wrestling business. PAST EPISODES available at Patreon.com/ColtCabana
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Radio Redux

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Kevin returns to discuss the latest news and play fantastic tunes from across the gaming spectrum on Last Minute Continue’s radio show. Join him and friends for music, laughs and video game discussion.
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A weekly review of WWE’s NXT shows bringing you some knowledge, some wilful ignorance and bags of enthusiasm! This podcast gets on with the wrestle chat, no thirty minute intros with the presenters catching up and finding out what they had for dinner last night or if they got their dry cleaning back etc. Just all things NXT every week. The best wrestling podcast in Wales. By default. Follow me @MrChrisChopping Cover art photo provided by Ignacio Lopez @comedylopez on Twitter
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A group of gypsies migrates from Hungary to Rutland, VT in the middle to late 1800's. They make baskets and brooms and the men swear to marry a gypsy woman to have children. If they do not marry in their "tribe" they must die. Three of the men took the oath to marry within their tribe, but a "Widow McGee" draws them to her... and she is NOT in thei…
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Late last month, KUOW announced the station was ending its RadioActive Youth Media program. For 20 years, RadioActive brought listeners the stories and perspectives of young people in the Pacific Northwest. Soundside producer Noel Gasca reflects on what the program has meant to the over 6,000 youth who participated - and what will be lost.…
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In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, join the conversation with Kyle McMahon as we unravel the emotional and artistic journey behind the Amy Winehouse biopic, Back to Black, with guests Marisa Abela and director Sam Taylor-Johnson. Step into the psyche of a music icon as Marisa reveals how she transcended beyond mere impersonation to capture the …
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Audio Introduction gives some backround on this show that had a 9 year run on radio. Introduces the 4 people who were the repeating performers on the show. At the time this program was on...we were in WW II and it was a popular show because it invited veterans and active soldiers to be guests on the show. It is quite silly...but the segments with t…
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A family that really likes potatoes... we hear them run to the dinner table and sort of fight over the potatoes...This is a funny play about funny potatoes. Will be stored in the Earplay Playlist. Show was written by Ron Friedell for NPR and the Corporation of Public Broadcasting with a grant by the National Endowment for the Arts. Was recorded at …
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The followup to Sonic Adventure, Sonic Adventure 2 allowed us to see things from the bad guy's point of view and introduced one of the coolest anti-heroes in gaming, Shadow the Hedgehog! Join us for some Chao-tastic shenanigans as we discuss this Dreamcast hit and Gamecube staple. Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/finishthefight⁠Discord: https://di…
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Audio introduction outlines the format and purpose of the show.Lindsay MacHarrie hosted/narrated the shows. Two back-to-back stories: "Friday the 13th" and "Wishing upon a Star" The dramatizations featured actors Verna Felton, Hanley Stafford (Baby Snook's Daddy), Gale Gordon (Principal on"Our Miss Brooks", Howard McNear and Barbara Jean Wong. All …
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Announcer Don Wilson introduces host for this Command Performance show broadcast by the AFRS 8/25/42. Guests include Betty Hutton, Dorothy Lamour, Reggie Gardner, Benny Goodman and Orch, Mean Widdle Kid (See photo)... guests have been requested by troops overseas during WW II...Everything was volunteered to support morale of our troops.Track stored…
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Audio introduction presents some background on the series "Great Scenes from Great Plays" and that it was quite a different production as it was sponsered by the National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Every story in the 20 story run from 1948-49 contained a message within it... which is discussed at the end of the drama.…
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Audio introduction gives background on Judy Canova and her show... and introduces the story "Crescent City Gold Rush".These shows have something for everyone... music and comedy.Judy Canova was taught in singing classical songs... and she was an amazing talent...as a Country Bumpkin.This track will be found on the "Judy Canova Show" playlist…
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This week, Alex and Derek discuss one of Alex's favorite childhood games, Tales of Symphonia! A game with mixed reviews, yet a dedicated fanbase; join us as we talk about this unique Gamecube-era JRPG. Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/finishthefight⁠Discord: https://discord.gg/7bnWSEzjgRTwitter: @FTFGameCastInstagram: @FinishtheFightPodcast --- Su…
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In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon talks once again with Dane DeHaan! This time they discuss his tantalizing new Hulu series The Stranger. Dane and Kyle talk the series short tenure on Quibi, it's move to Hulu and how projects can find whole new lives in todays ever changing media landscape. Then, Kyle talks with the cast of Apple …
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It’s been more than 20 years since the U.S. invaded Iraq. For Darren Fisher, it’s been more than 20 years since he said, "No" to that invasion. RadioActive’s Olivia Asmann has the story of one young Marine’s objection to fighting in the so-called war on terror. This story discusses the realities of the military and war. Episode webpage: https://www…
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Audio file introduces the Crime Classics series of programs with Elliot Lewis and Lou Merrill as Thomas Hyland. CBS radio program from June 15, 1953 to June 30, 1954. A sustaining docudrama.Re-enactment of real crimes in history. Show was well researched and worked to have the music, dialect, sounds that matched the period in history where the part…
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This track is a follow-up to the broadcast of Drew Pearson's track. Walter Winchell was nothing like Drew Pearson, but it is interesting to hear what millions of Americans (and beyond) were hearing on radio as World War II was approaching the end. This was broadcast on February 25. 1945... less than three months before the end of the war in Europe …
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This is track of a radio broadcast that Drew Pearson did just days before World War II ended in 1945. He was an outspoken and very popular radio and print journalist. He did not back away from reporting on difficult and controversial topics. There is an audio introduction to his broadcast that will fill in some interesting information about the tim…
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RadioActive’s Vivi Cardenas-Habell says the Seattle Fandango Project played a key role in her upbringing. But she didn’t fully appreciate it until Covid took it away. Episode webpage: https://www.kuow.org/stories/building-community-is-an-act-of-social-justice-at-the-seattle-fandango-project [RadioActive Youth Media is KUOW’s radio journalism and au…
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The Great Gildersleeve was broadcast from August 1941 to 1958 and is one of the most beloved radio situation comedies. The show was a spin-off from "Fibber McGee and Molly." Harold Peary played the first Gildersleeve and then Willard Waterman. Walter Tetlley was Leroy, Richard Crenna was Bronco, Marjorie's husband. 3 actresses played Marjorie... Gi…
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What happens in the great beyond? What if its just as monotonous as day-to-day life can be? In this episode, Alex and Derek discuss a point-and-click adventure inspired by those questions, the Noir genre, and the Day of the Dead in a 90's classic: Grim Fandango Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/finishthefight⁠Discord: https://discord.gg/7bnWSEzjgRT…
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Bonnie Catcher, Jack Bivens, Bob Hartenburger, and Mary Skoll were the actors, Carl Schmidt was the Director. These are three short (less than 9 minutes each) quite funny and well acted plays that were written for Earplay which was produced at WHA Radio by the University of Wisconsin under a grant from the corporation for public broadcasting. They …
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In the summer of 1972, the year before Roe v. Wade made abortion legal nationwide, Elaine Fichter was 16 years old and eight weeks pregnant. Fichter lived in Washington state where abortion was already legal, and she made the choice to terminate her pregnancy. Fifty years later, Fichter’s grandchild, RadioActive’s Natalie Lahr, explores how her gra…
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The time has come for us at the 'Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong' podcast family to say, "so long, farewell." When this podcast premiered in September of 2020, we wanted to shed a light on some of the films that may have been maligned by critics at the time. We wanted to cover the movies that, after watching them, made us think, "That was awesome!" or "Th…
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A very strange 14 minute story of a man who is in a state of shock, possibly a coma, possibly passed away, but his mind is still working imagining what will happen to him next. A perfect show for "The Black Mass" radio program. One actor - Erick Bauersfeld. The bed music during the story is creep and interesting... Bauersfeld produced, directed, an…
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In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon is live at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington DC for the Library of Congress Gerwshine Prize for Elton John and Bernie Taupin. The legendary songwriting duo's music has touched hearts and shaped the pop landscape for over five decades, and were honored at the prestigious Gershwin Prize celebr…
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Join Kyle McMahon for a riveting discussion on Pop Culture Weekly as we explore the terrifying world of The First Omen and the fascinating intersection of artificial intelligence and public life. Nell Tiger Free graces us once again, sharing the spine-tingling details of her starring role in "The First Omen," while Eric Yaverbaum, CEO of Ericho Com…
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"The Shadow" is probably the best known radio program... when polls were taken among college students who had never listened to OTR,"Can you name an old time radio show"... about 95% said, "The Shadow!" Series started in 1937 with Orson Welles initially playing the first year of the series. Later Bret Morrison, Bill Johnstone, John Archer, and Stev…
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Aaron Ton's grandparents and their children lived comfortably in southern Vietnam. But everything changed on April 30, 1975. Episode webpage: https://www.kuow.org/stories/my-grandfather-s-little-story-a-journey-through-war-and-prison-in-vietnam [RadioActive Youth Media is KUOW’s radio journalism and audio storytelling program for young people. This…
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LIVE from The Squared Circle Expo in Indianapolis, IN. Heath, Fandango, Effy, Allie Katch, Paul Burchill, Chris Van Vliet & PUF join Colt on stage for a fun chat infront of a LIVE audience! Listen Ad Free on Patreon: Patreon.com/ColtCabana But Colt's Stuff: ColtMerch.com ProWrestlingTees.com/ColtCabana PWTLive.com Image Photo: PortraitOfAWrestler.c…
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Seattle is home to 10% of the Eritrean population in the United States. Many Eritrean immigrants found political asylum in the U.S. in the 1980s and 90s due to the Eritrean War of Independence. For some young first-generation Eritrean Americans like RadioActive's Alex Mengisteab, this history feels both close and slightly out of reach. So to better…
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The uniqe "DJ Program" with a husband and wife team would play a song that was currently popular and then that same song that was recorded 25-35 years earlier. Amazing to listen to the same song done in two very different ways. This show was broadcast over the Armed Forces Radio Television Service. It will be found in our "Turn Back The Clock" play…
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