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Best Improvised News podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Improvised News podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Russian Roulette takes a look at the politics, economics, and culture of Russia and Eurasia through both interviews and lively discussion with experts from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and around the world. Hosted by CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program experts Olga Oliker and Jeffrey Mankoff.
 
Welcome to Straight Off The Top Of My Headlines, an improvised news-satire podcast from Sinister Parent Company. Your host, AJ Ganaros, is a "bear-weather" Florida fan, a genius of theatre, & the creative mind behind this podcast; your OTHER host, Aiden Kinsella, is a Chicago-area improviser, a pen-man of satire, & this podcast's producer. Together, AJ & Aiden improvise the sensational headlines of all your favorite weekly news- it's kinda like Whirled News Tonight at the iO Theater, and it' ...
 
The team at DoubleClutch.ca Magazine brings to you our very own bi-weekly podcast: As a proudly Canadian site that runs one of the country's leading automotive outlets, we strive give to our listeners the latest and greatest in automotive and motorcycle news, reviews, and industry insights. Follow and listen to us as a group of extremely diverse and often opinionated gearheads that like sharing the passion in what we do; whether it's with the cars we road test or our own toys that always see ...
 
From modular synthesis, standalone synthesizers and Eurorack, to unusual electronic instruments, Buchla, Ciat-Lonbarde and the arts. Esoteric Modulation is a fortnightly podcast that is about all the latest exciting gear and news of electronic music and the arts. We cover a wide array of interesting equipment, synths, modular and the slightly unusual esoteric side of electronic instruments. We have regular guests covering news, instruments, and art projects that merge sound and visual arts t ...
 
“HOLLYWOOD LATE NIGHT WITH ROCCO” is fun and exhilarating as soon as Rocco and Moonlight Mike hit the sound waves. This IMPROVISED; SKETCH (can we call it that?) late night talk show will keep you on the edge of your seat, anticipating Rocco’s next move, or maybe even a RING OF THE DOORBELL. Rocco always has a SPECIAL GUEST, Comedians, Sports Figures, and Celebrities, in addition to other interesting characters that might stop by The Network Studios. News, Sports, Entertainment, Pop Culture, ...
 
Shrub Nuts is the brainchild of Bryan Murphy, Ben Leddick, and John Kuhn. This weekly podcast features news stories, online suggestions, and personal conversations that inspire fully improvised scenes during this one-hour show. Shrub Nuts is recorded as "one take", and completely unedited.
 
Welcome to WBR! All podcasts are 100% improvised, meaning that all characters, names, themes, plots, 'games', etc are completely made up AS WE GO! Sit back and enjoy! Subscribe and share if you like! Starring: Wes Wilkes, Chris Roberti, Liz Phillips, Erik Grivalsky, Cristián Zañartu, Katie Escoto, and Phoebe Jonas.
 
A mockumentary podcast starring the best UK improvisers. Nominated for Best Comedy and the Creativity Award at the British Podcast Awards 2020. Join hosts Steve Dawson (Mitchell & Webb, The Peter Serafinowicz Show) and Charlie Kemp (Man Down, Emmerdale) as they fill your Mind Canyon™. This ‘Radiolab’ style podcast explores stories such as “Finding The World Hide and Seek Champion”, “The Most Haunted Londis” and “When Space Pranks Go Wrong”. The show is improvised then edited and soundscaped ...
 
Unfollow the Revolution: an improvised newscast set in America’s dystopian future. Get to know the new (but eerily familiar) America, one interview at a time. It’s like Orwell’s 1984, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Fox News had a baby: “America First” has become “America Only,” “Alternative facts” have become “Alternative freedoms,” and the president is a literal puppet controlled by a Russian. How bad can things get? Hilariously bad.
 
Political crisis, international events, sports, entertainment, cultural issues or defining moments of society - at Toonari Post we strive to bring you the current news from all angles, and more! We are a platform for the sharing of ideas and opinions, regardless of culture and geographic; we want to learn about current events through discussion and; we want to facilitate a free environment for the expression of opinions without judgment. Our service is fun, real and improvised - no script, j ...
 
The internet's most Shadenfreude-iest show is on the air. Comedians Tim Powers and Sax Carr find real news stories from real news outlets about real people doing real stupid things. Comedy Ensues. To join the party, you can read your story on an up coming episode. Just call the hotline: 865-4-TIM-SAX in the United States. You can also find us all the regular social media outlets. If you loved us on Crave Online's "This is Really Happening" you will love NEWS OF THE DOOMED.
 
What really happens when a jury retires to deliberate? Find out each week on Deliberations, a modern day, improvised audio drama that allows criminal justice enthusiasts to step inside a jury room. Each season explores a different courtroom drama inspired by real life criminal trials in the news. Six improvisers serve as the jury and passionately react, negotiate, and argue opposing interpretations of the evidence. Season Two examines the rights of accusers and defendants in cases of sexual ...
 
IMPROVCABARET.COM: Mark Baratelli created a solo musical cabaret improv show at the 2006 Orlando Fringe Festival. It got positive reviews from the Orlando Sentinel and bloggingfringe.com. A local bar offered to have the show at their venue, and again, more fun. So now he's all "Hey let's take this show on the road!" Listen to Mark yack about the process of getting the show on it's feet, improv, Taco Bell, Atkins and marketing. Produced by CREATIVITITY.COM
 
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What does it mean to be a spiritual leader at this critical and chaotic moment in human history? Rabbi Charlie Buckholtz conducts intimate long-form interviews with other rabbis and culture-carriers, change-agents and court-jesters. On topics ranging from spiritual resistance to disorganized religion to Israel/Palestine to creativity to the possibility of individual and collective change, their lively journeys and conversations offer insight, humor, rare perspective and at times rank absurdi ...
 
Take part in the World Improv Network (WIN) Improvised Comedy Radio Show "Live" every Sunday from 7:58-9pm MT on Mile High Sports Radio (KDCO DENVER - FM104.7 and AM1340 / www.milehighsports.com) or via 'Periscope' / 'FaceBook Live' @ World Improv Network, and hear the comedy you help create play-out live in 140+ countries around the world! ... Become a WIN Contributor or "WINner" by posting "Your Suggestions or Questions" for any of the 4 WIN Show Segments on FaceBook, on Twitter (@ WorldIm ...
 
The LAMMP Show is a music podcast that gets musicians together for every episode to form a band for a day. Each musician leads the group through song and discussion and we explore the depths of music, philosophy, news, and hilarity. The 5 newest episodes are always on Podomatic. All other episodes are located at archive.org. https://archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3A%22LAMMP+Show+w%2F+Jonathan+Blackshire%22
 
Here’s the truth about parenting, most of us have no clue what we’re doing. But we ARE experts at making stuff up as we go. So if you ever feel like you suck at raising those little humans, welcome to the club---population you and EVERYONE else you know. The good news is writer, improv junkie, doula and mom of 4, Nacia Walsh has got your back. Every week she talks to some of the most raw, hysterical, and fearless kid raisers she knows. Because the truth is--- we’re all just winging it.
 
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This episode is a real lot of talking. Various features were killed during the making of this episode, a veritable audio killing field. Getting flashbacks like a vietnam vet if i accidentally open the recycling bin on my laptop. ahh! not 'alex jones or alex jones'! like the buddy the vietcong killed, he had so much of his life ahead of him man, and…
 
In this episode Aiden and special guest Dean Eaton discuss over-stayed welcomes from DoorDashers, Taylor Swift’s wine-juggling talents, and the functionality of records made of gold.Follow Aiden @kinsellaaiden on all social mediaFollow @geekusdean on all social mediaArticle Links:https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/entertainment-arts-…
 
This podcast was recorded on May 21st, 2020 – the same day that the Chinese government proposed new national security laws that would give China greater control over Hong Kong. What motivates these laws and what is at stake for Hong Kong, China, and the rest of the world if they go into effect? In the podcast, Wasserstrom draws on examples from mod…
 
Become a VIP! You’re missing out on some amazing jokes and conversation that you just don’t hear on the regular show, Andrew has some unorthodox ways of cleaning house, Adam doesn’t understand shopping, and some good ol’ watermelon sheet heads. Hosted by Amanda King & Adam Tucker Producer Andrew Dresden Edited by Andrew Dresden A product of Pants P…
 
On the Gist, if you look at the stats, the U.S. is doing the worst. In the interview, part two of Mike’s interview with Dr. Paul Offit, who as an infectious disease expert, and pediatrician, made some false predictions about the pandemic at first. He and Mike also discuss his new book, Overkill: When Modern Medicine Goes Too Far. In the spiel, argu…
 
Challenging the popular image of Buddhism as a religion intrinsically concerned with the environment, Dr. John Elverskog’s new monograph, The Buddha’s Footprint: An Environmental History of Asia (University of Pennsylvania Press 2020), demonstrates that Buddhist institutions across Asia have actually been intimately connected to the accumulation of…
 
On the Gist, judging a judge. In the interview, Dr. Paul Offit is here. In the first part of his two-part interview, he and Mike discuss his new book, Overkill: When Modern Medicine Goes Too Far. They talk about why we should be skeptical of things like vitamin D and testosterone, and how we might not need to take painkillers for a fever. Tomorrow …
 
State Formation in China and Taiwan: Bureaucracy, Campaign, and Performance (Cambridge University Press, 2019) by Julia C. Strauss is a comparative study of regime consolidation in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Republic of China (Taiwan) after 1949. It examines the ways in which bureaucratic and campaign modalities were deployed in t…
 
China is a veto-holding member of the UN Security Council yet Chinese officials have been skeptical of using the powers of the UN to pressure nations accused of human rights violations. The PRC has emphasized the norm of sovereignty and rejected external interference in its own internal affairs. Yet they have supported UN intervention when states h…
 
Fake Headlines is a weekly comedy podcast featuring a husband & wife riffing on absurd news with some made up headlines thrown into the mix! We don't know what headlines ahead of time that the other person has prepared, and we see where the conversation takes us. THIS WEEK: The Dillons talk animals with talent, adult jungle gyms, jellyfish of night…
 
One can’t understand modern Thailand without understanding the role of the ethnic Chinese. And one can’t understand the role of the ethnic Chinese without understanding the history of their relationship to the Thai monarchy. This is exactly what Wasana Wongsurawat has documented in her new book, The Crown and the Capitalists: The Ethnic Chinese and…
 
On the Gist, Tara Reade again. In the interview, journalist Molly Ball is here to discuss Pelosi, her new biography of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. She and Mike talk about Pelosi’s past, how she wields her power, and why she’s so smart when it comes to making a deal. In the spiel, lobstar of the antantwig. Email us at thegist@slate.com Podcas…
 
Dionne Warwick once sang 'What the world needs now is love, sweet love' but some of us are realists and maybe a podcast about nothing is enough. We've got three, count them THREE, features. I honestly don't know what more you want from us. - Buy us a coffee - Jim - @NutForGod - James - @dr_j_skill - Patreon - On twitter: @chewthecudpod - On Faceboo…
 
VIP: Adam is all about the nipples, deadly haircuts, new things aren’t always sunshine and rainbows, and a completely reasonable amount of break. Who won the prize? Find out today! Then things go awry in a couple ways! Tune in for that and more in this week’s NERD. Hosted by Amanda King & Adam Tucker Producer Andrew Dresden Edited by Andrew Dresden…
 
What recourse did you have in Ming China if your very excellent local official was leaving your area and moving on to a new jurisdiction? You could try to block his path, you could wail and tear your hair out – or you could house an image of him in a temple, make offerings before it, and create a ‘living shrine.’ In Shrines to Living Men in the Min…
 
On this week's show, we have Scott Campbell, a musician, sound designer, instrument-maker, & graphic designer based in New Orleans, LA. We talk circuit bending in the ’90s and his history. Of course, we talk all about the OM1. Then we move on to instruments in general and his musical journey and output. Show Times: Intro and me and Ben talk the goo…
 
Coming to you from the bowels of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, it’s What‘s The Mate! In this bonus episode we are joined, virtually and from across the globe, by GRILL TALK. Matilde Keizer dialed in from Berlin, Nacho Sanguinetti from Uruguay and Trevor Silverstein from California to bring you some of the funniest improv comedy! Together they explore…
 
A century ago it wasn’t a virus whose spread was eliciting reactions around the world, but an idea. As Russia’s 1917 October Revolution distended itself across north Asia and reverberated globally, socialism acted – not unlike today’s pandemic – as a Rorschach test revealing divisions in societies and politics, and to some offering cautious hope fo…
 
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza - "Swirled Freely" - Show #348 from Jan. 4, 2005 Set: Swirled Freely Etienne Noiseau - "Waiting for the Mass" - One-Minute Vacation [Duomo, Siena, Italy, 2004. Field recording] Matteo Trisoglio - "cascatella" - One-Minute Vacation [Field recording] Gunnar Gentzsch - "Berlin backyard" - One-Minute Vacation [Field r…
 
On the Gist, lengthening your femur. In the interview, Azi Paybarah, writer of the New York Today column for the New York Times, speaks with Mike about New York State and City leadership, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s progressive missteps, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s taking control of the messaging. In the spiel, Fauci’s warning as he goes before the Senate. …
 
Today I talked to Richard McBride II about Doctrine and Practice in Medieval Korean Buddhism: The Collected Works of Ŭich’ŏn (University of Hawaii Press, 2016). The book is a comprehensive study of the Koryŏ (918-1392) Buddhist exegete, Ŭichŏn, that convey’s his life and work through letters, speeches, memorials, addresses, and poetry, from three e…
 
Through a series of provocative case studies on mobility, transgression, and intimacy, David Ambaras’s Japan’s Imperial Underworlds: Intimate Encounters at the Borders of Empire (Cambridge University Press, 2018) interrogates the spatial and ideological formations of modern Japan in its first seven decades or so as a nation-state and empire, especi…
 
In this ever changing world in which we live in, good journalism is more important than ever. On an unrelated note, here is this week's podcast. A woman thinks cum will prevent the coronavirus and James places a very low price on his mother's life. - Jim - @NutForGod - James - @dr_j_skill - Patreon - On twitter: @chewthecudpod - On Facebook: Chew t…
 
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