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Best Frank Herbert podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Frank Herbert podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
Greetings, travelers of space and time, to the premiere episode of the Dune Cast! Know then that this is your home for Dune in podcasting, and will be a monthly series examining all things from the world of Frank Herbert's legendary Dune universe, including the classic books, movies, miniseries, games, documentaries, and ongoing novels by Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson. Maybe we will cover news, too, should it arise! Whether this is your first foray into the Dune universe or you are retu ...
 
The ultimate destination for all things pro football. Led by one of the most influential storytellers in all of sports media, three-time American Sportswriter of the Year Peter King delivers an access-driven experience that brings fans into the locker room, the press box and the front office with the biggest influencers in professional football. Fans can listen in on in-depth conversations with the biggest names in football that they haven't heard before to get a fresh, new and intimate expe ...
 
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artistsinstrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding""AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and gro ...
 
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This week we discuss Ultra Orthodox Judaism focusing on the documentary One of Us and the new mini-series Unorthodox based on the book by Deborah Feldman. Warped Zone is a podcast on scifi, philosophy, religion, politics, gaming and anything else taboo. Run by Benn Banasik and Tara BM Smith, two PhD studies of religion candidates with a shared love…
 
Lance and Molly are back on Arrakis, fired up and ready to discuss the penultimate chapter set of the third book of the first book in Frank Herbert's Dune series (phew!). In this episode, they dive into the details of how dew collectors and ornithopters work, dissect the complicated friendship triangle between Gurney, Stilgar, and Paul, and auditor…
 
Once again, David, Scott and Jim look at the latest Dune news and bring it to you. BOOM! Studios is planning a realease of the 1999 of House Atreides a twelve part comic series, Denis Villenueve spent a year designing the sand worm for the upcoming Dune movie, and compares his film to the Godfather films, … Continue reading…
 
This Week Tobie sits down with Timmy Turtle. In a past life Timmy was Australia’s top marathon kayaker but soon realised there may be more to life than spending all his time training and studying. Timmy Still spends his days on the water but now he has a line in hand and makes his living off youtube. He's cracked the code some would say as he trave…
 
Aha! Lance and Molly have reached the ... stirring ... ending of Book II which ends with a bang (and then some). We dive into such topics as: What does tripping out on the Water of Life feel like? Is Paul ready for fatherhood? Will James Cameron ever find a reliable editor and make a single watchable movie in his godforsaken life? Dune in and find …
 
In which Molly and Lance cover the second six chapters of the second book of the first book of the Dune series. Do glow globes float? We think so. We would like to recognize that we recorded this episode before the current protests and it shows. We stand with the Black Lives Matters movement and would like to drop some links where you can donate to…
 
New Episode - Mel Kirley . On this episode Craig chats Mel Kirley, passionate hunter and gun owner and manager of Mansfield Hunting & Fishing Store. . Mel shares her stories of growing up in a well known hunting family but also the journeys of competing at National Level for trap shooting and all that goes with it. . After a tough few weeks with th…
 
Molly and Lance are thrilled to be joined this week by their good friend Mia Iseman, comedian, crafter, and all-around brilliant person. They take on the first six chapters of Book II: Muad'Dib, wherein Paul and Jessica face down major worm, the Fremen display serious combat skills, and Thufir continues to Thufir. The three also delve into importan…
 
Sara Wheeler first read Sybille Bedford in her early twenties, and discovered a dazzling writer. The book she read was called A Visit to Don Otavio. It's set in Mexico, a country Bedford wanted to visit because of its 'long nasty history in the past and as little present history as possible.' Born Sybille von Schoenebeck in 1911 in Germany, she liv…
 
New Episode - Harry Watson . On this episode Craig is joined Harry Watson, passionate bowhunter and owner of Jackall Australia. . Harry shares some awesome stories, from hunting Chital Deer in his home state of QLD to pursuing Caribou and giant Moose in the tundra of Alaska. . Harry is also very well known in the fishing scene, not just as the owne…
 
We did it! Lance and Molly have made it to the climactic end of book one of Dune, in which Paul fully mind blitzes out in a Beautiful Mind/Neo/Superman/Spock sort of way. In this ep we wonder: Why is Jessica and Paul's tent shaped like that? Just how hard would a semuta trip rock? Should Villeneuve consider shooting Mike Myers an email? All that an…
 
When Sally Phillips first saw Myrna Loy, she burst into tears. It was in a film called The Best Years of Our Lives, about three veterans returning to their wives after World War Two. Myrna Loy was most famous for the Thin Man series, and she also played voluptuous baddies in flicks like The Mask of Fun Manchu. But it's not just her screen career th…
 
Another one bites the sand! In this episode Molly and Lance discuss chapters thirteen through eighteen! Is Thufir a loser? How much does Jessica rule? What does a Thopter look like? These questions and more will get answered along with some of the usual movie talk. As always, follow us on social media @sandthepodcast, rate and review on apple podca…
 
Victoria Wood grew up in a bungalow high up on the moors in Lancashire. The rooms were partitioned off with plywood, and she loved to play the piano on her own. She became the biggest comedy star in the UK, writing, directing, acting, and winning BAFTAS for being funny, and being serious too. Nominating the star of Wood and Walters, Dinnerladies an…
 
Molly and Lance have arrived on Arrakis and are ready to talk chapters 7-12, in which we meet the supreme, the only -- The Shadout Mapes. We also finally land on a name for the podcast, have another round of "Is This Movie Boring or Not - The Conjuring edition," and sort through the quagmire that is Thufir Hawat's warroom. As always, follow us on s…
 
On this episode Craig is joined by Nick & Missy Sartori of Victoria, Australia...A great conversation with a young couple who live and breath hunting and the benefits from it with fresh meat for the table and endless adventures. ..When they first met, hunting wasn’t something that Missy was familiar with, but it shows that she has been shown the tr…
 
Ursula le Guin was born in California in 1929. Her books - including A Wizard of Earthsea and The Left Hand of Darkness - have been described as masterpieces but she battled prejudice all her life from the literary elite. Choosing her because she loves both Ursula's books and who she was is the British musician Kate Stables. She's speaking to Matth…
 
On this episode Craig is joined by Mark Pitts of Marksman Quivers. Born in England, Mark moved to Australia for no other reason than to peruse his passion for hunting with a bow. On his journey, he was fortunate to meet some of Australia’s best with a big help from what was the Australian Bowhunting Forum. Mark has turned his passion into a small b…
 
Okay, Duners! Welcome to our podcast about Frank Herbert's Dune. In this, the inagural episode, we (Lance and Molly) discuss our ~special relationships~ with Dune, our intentions for this lil pod, the movies we watched this week (featuring such flicks as Eric Rohmer's The Green RAY and steampunk heartthrob Mortal Engines), and David Lynch's phantas…
 
"One of the best things a children's writer can do is to implant sign posts in childhood to things that are good, and to the small pleasures that will get you through life" Frank Cottrell-Boyce Tove Jansson was born in Helsinki in 1914. An artist, illustrator and writer she became best known as the creator of The Moomins, the little white trolls wh…
 
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