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Hello friends! Welcome to Gentleman Jack Crack: A Queer AF Podcast. Join hosts Candice & Terrance as they deep dive into this spectacular new show from BBC & HBO. Explicit language & ridiculous hi-jinks should always be expected. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Alright, folks. It’s time to butter up those ear buds because world-famous musician, record producer, and Goldfinger drummer Darrin Pfeiffer is now on idobi Radio! Tune in each and every Taco Tuesday at 7pm ET / 4pm PT for The Dangerous Darrin Show. Darrin and co-host TS are giving all your favorite musicians and athletes a voice on idobi Radio. They’ll be interviewing the biggest names in the field, while breaking down everything from pop-culture, to sports, to politics, to social issues. E ...
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Join us as we take the journey with Anne Lister on ths HBO series that takes you back in time. From episode to episode the GENTLEMAN JACK AFTERBUZZ TV AFTER SHOW will be here breaking it all down! From the drama to the romance, the intrigue to the mystery, this is your one stop shop podcast for all things Gentleman Jack discussion! Subscribe and leave us a rating and comment to stay up to date on all things Gentleman Jack
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Gentleman Junky Jack

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Every month Gentleman Junky Jack interviews a member of the secret and silent minorities that surround us. Bisexuals, transsexuals, sex workers, self styled perverts, and other voyagers at the limits of experience. There is a vibrant underground of sexual and spiritual minorities that most people are never privileged to know. Jack will be your guide and interlocutor for this tour of the more amusing, amazing, and occasionally grubby regions of the underworld.
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The Gilded Gentleman history podcast takes listeners on a cultural and social journey into the mansions, salons, dining rooms, libraries and theatres including the worlds above as well as below stairs of America's Gilded Age, France's Belle Epoque and late Victorian and Edwardian England. thegildedgentleman.com
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In this podcast we will dive deep into some companion dialogue that moves directly with each episode of HBO/BBCOne show Gentleman Jack. Additionally we will discuss some of the real history behind Anne Lister's life, take weekly "Gentleman Jack" nominations, and speculate what is to come with a lot of humor and Southern charm. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tophattopics/support
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A podcast of some gals who are pals watching shows with Gal Pals. In other words- 2 queer women who watch different shows with queer women and break them down. Dany and Devon break down shows (and individual episodes) such as Legends of Tomorrow, Gentleman Jack, Batwoman, and whatever else catches their eye.
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META STATION

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Greetings from Meta Station, where a playwright and an English professor who have been best friends for sixteen years recap our favorite genre television shows. Check out our archive for 4 seasons of coverage of the CW's post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama "The 100," including cast and creator interviews, and join us in summer 2019 for coverage of three new streaming miniseries perfect for binge-watching - "Good Omens" on Amazon Prime, "Russian Doll" on Netflix, and "Gentleman Jack" on HBO!
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Queer lesbian & wlw media coverage, including recaps of the most popular television shows and reviews of movies that feature strong queer characters and content. Each episode features host Amanda Costner and a guest, where they break down tv show episodes or movies. Was it good? Was it bad? Was it medium? We go over all that and more, with lots of laughs along the way! Typical recaps last between 30-60 minutes. The type of television content we cover includes shows like First Kill, Gentleman ...
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Join Rachel Wheeley for Walk the Pod. Built with a dedicated walking community, each episode provides thoughtful walking tips and reflection to keep putting one foot in front of the other, no matter what steps you’re taking in life. Don’t miss new episodes released daily that invite listeners to step away from their desk to walk in nature for just 10 minutes.
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Coming out of the back wood’s in a little township in Ohio , far away from the city light’s, comes the musical talents of “Bobby Smith”. Being exposed mostly by the records his Father played of “Jerry Lee Lewis”and also the music of little country churches. At age 15 while sitting in church one evening, a visiting black gentleman by the name of “Jack Harris dropped by. When “Jack sat down and graced that old upright piano, everything in the building came to life. At that moment “Bobby” asked ...
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The Gay Cousin Club

Brittany and Danielle

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If you've ever been sitting around the family reunion wondering "who's the gay cousin?" only to realize the call is coming from inside the house, we've got you sweetie. Join The Gay Cousin Club to chat about all our gay cousins from the inspiring, to the spooky, to the downright criminal. Just two midwestern bisexuals chatting about the cool, and often hidden, queer folks throughout history.
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Introducing the new addition to the Lady Parts TV family, the podcast series! Adding to our blog and vlog (check them out on our website www.LadyPartsTV.com), dedicated to women in television and film, this will be a weekly podcast, talking about this week in television and film, feminism, the LGBTQ community and where they all meet. We hope you join us!
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Every three weeks, Val Thomas recounts the stories of the film-makers, the film stars and the drama when the two collide... In our first season, we'll be looking at British exploitation producer, Tony Tenser, Hollywood legend Shelley Winters, consummate gentleman and raconteur Peter Ustinov, horror maestro and master showman William Castle and that beloved acting duo, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. Why not join us as we travel through the stories behind the people behind the movies? Don't m ...
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A wealthy philanthropist adopts an abandoned baby he finds in a railway station waiting room. The child grows into a fine, upstanding young man. When his benefactor dies, he is made the guardian of the old man's lovely young daughter. But unknown to everyone, he leads a double life that even his best friend knows nothing about... If you thought that this has all the makings of a most sinister and diabolical plot, you couldn't be more mistaken. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde i ...
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Renowned historian and author Richard Jones delves deeply into one of the world's most fascinating unsolved series of murders. True crime fans may think they know the major elements of the grisly set of Jack the Ripper murders and the resulting investigation, but this show uncovers some angles and aspects that shine a wider light into these horrors…
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Neil Strauss is a wildly successful writer and podcaster. He’s written for Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and just about every other high-profile platform you can think of. His best-selling books include The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists (2012), Everyone Loves You When You're Dead: Journeys Into Fame and Madness (2011),…
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Royal historian and author Tracy Borman returns to The Gilded Gentleman following her appearance on Crown & Scepter: The Coronation Show last year. Tracy is a noted historian and a frequent guest and commentator on the BBC as well as many documentaries and programs internationally. Tracy's most recent book "Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I: The Mother a…
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As a follow-up to my recent post about some things ethical non-monogamy is not, I thought it might be fun to consider some things ENM can be, in the best of circumstances. In light of the volume and vehemence of the feedback my first post received, it seems this is an issue folks are interested in, so maybe this will be an on-going series. This is …
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Just over a year ago, as Broadway opened a revival of the classic Stephen Sondheim musical Sweeney Todd, The Gilded Gentleman was honored to sit down with one of the stars of the original 1979 Broadway production. Sarah Rice, who went on to a distinguished career in opera as well as leading roles in musical theatre, originated the role of Johanna p…
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Trying this new feature on Substack where I read a post and add some off the cuff commentary. Sort of a mini-ROMA, centered around a written piece. Let me know what you think. Is this a good format? Should I do more? This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.subst…
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What if all procrastination is just ideas marinading? What if we were to trust that if we’re not doing something, it is because the time is not quite right? This 10 minute lunchtime walk features these and other thoughts from your host, Rachel Wheeley, Mighty Marcel in the Netherlands and Kiwi Rob in New Zealand.…
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Join Carl and British country house historian Curt DiCamillo for a look into the world of the Edwardian country house. Audiences became fascinated in these houses through the blockbuster Julian Fellowes series "Downton Abbey" and his earlier film "Gosford Park", with their colliding worlds of upstairs and downstairs and interlocking social dramas. …
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A few months ago, someone mentioned that a dude had walked to Crestone from Colorado Springs — which is a SERIOUS walk over some very rugged mountains — and that he was some kind of Sasquatch expert. I was intrigued, but I have to admit that I assumed the guy was a wild-eyed wayward soul who’d had a bit too much psilocybin and not enough common sen…
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Following the birth of their daughter, Jack McClure and his wife Alana decided to continue their life of adventure. They set their sights on thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from Canada to Mexico as a family, beginning when their daughter was 9 months old. What followed was a 1,500 mile odyssey filled not only with primeval forests and sweeping …
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit chrisryan.substack.com * Can/should we slow down the development of AI? * Frans de Waal: “Because the role of sex in society is such a loaded and controversial issue, scientists have tended to downplay this side of bonobo behavior…. Sexual encounters of the bonobo kind are strikingly cas…
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Fashion historian and author, Dr. Elizabeth L. Block returns to The Gilded Gentleman for a truly "undercover" investigation. This time, Liz joins Carl to discuss the world of corsets, bustles, straps and stockings, all of which comprised the undergarment engineering that helped make the glorious gowns by Worth and other designers appear as glamorou…
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Adam’s name comes up a lot in Crestone. He and his family have been around for a long time, he runs a local business, currently serves on the Town Board of Trustees, is running for County Commissioner, and seems to be admired and respected by pretty much everyone. This is my favorite kind of podcast to bring you, where I’m getting to know the guest…
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The small two acre square known since the 1830's as Gramercy Park has also been called "America's Bloomsbury". Taking the reference from London's famous neighborhood once home to many great writers and artists, New York's Gramercy Park has similarly included noted cultural icons from architect Stanford White to actor Edwin Booth to the great politi…
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Watch the season 1 finale with me! This special episode works if you can watch the show while listening (aka not driving or distracted). Tips for the best experience: Set the volume of the podcast louder than the Gentleman Jack episode (or listen to the podcast with one headphone in). Get your snacks and pause the episode before hitting play on thi…
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Michael Henry Dunn is a guy who has been around the block a few times. He’s a classically trained actor, having studied at Juilliard. He’s a musician and an activist. He’s an author, journalist, Substacker and scholar who has delved deeply into the controversies around Shakespeare’s true identity, the Code of Chivalry and global human rights. And h…
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Carl is joined by noted architect, interior designer and author Phillip James Dodd for an in-depth discussion of the "look" of the Gilded Age - a style known as American Beaux-Arts. Architecture constructed during the height of America's Gilded Age most certainly had a distinctive look. It was a uniquely American combination of stylistic elements o…
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We’ve all heard the adage: “Think globally, act locally.” Liza embodies that perspective. She came to the San Luis valley about 30 years ago to work on a buffalo ranch with her husband. Since then, she’s lived a lot of life in this valley. Raising kids, horses, dogs, working as school board president and County Commissioner, and founding and runnin…
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