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Sketch Nerds is a comedy podcast about the craft of sketch comedy. Andy, Seth and Julian chat with fellow sketch nerds from comedy troupes, theaters, and festivals to breakdown your favorite sketches to figure out what works, what doesn't and why. If you're a student of sketch comedy or love shows like Saturday Night Live, Monty Python, and Key & Peele then you will enjoy this podcast. To join our conversation please submit your comments or favorite sketches to @badmedicinedc with the hashta ...
Online radio show about horror / cult / exploitation films, low budget filmmaking, media collecting, and other fringe hijinx.
Manny & Lindsay have been producing low and no-budget horror films for over 10 years in the NY/NJ Area, and discuss the many hard-earned lessons they've learned along the way.
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Every week, “WHAT THE RIFF?!?” takes a look at a ROCK AND ROLL album that debuted or peaked on the U.S. Billboard charts during a random month between 1965-1995. Four friends discuss the artists and 4 tracks from the album as it plays in the background. Then we riff on 4 “staff picks” of other artists that were also in the charts during that month and year. You’ll hear some familiar tunes as well as some deeper cuts and entertainment tracks as we share a little look into the culture and happ ...
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Join the Cinema Craptaculus Crew as we review movies, debate movies and talk all things Hollywood. The Cinema Craptaculus Podcast Network has a variety of shows releasing every Sunday! Join us on the original- CINEMA CRAPTACULUS as Steph, Dave & John take a hard look at the movies that are hard to look at! Go into THE EXPANDED UNIVERSE with John, Doc & Smoore as they chat all things Hollywood! Flip it to the B-SIDES for those rare streaming gems, the low budget movies with a heart of gold th ...
In decades past - a job in the public service was considered a job for life. But with technology changes and governmental priorities shifting, how has the role of the public service evolved in the 21st century.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
More Australians are seeking rental properties than there are properties available. With over one million properties empty and with rental prices rising, there is fear the home ownership will become nearly impossible for the next generation.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Low self-esteem is something that many people experience throughout their lives. Issues associated with bullying and childhood trauma can be life-long.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Heated discussions at a Information Universe conference in the Netherlands. Plus, a little bit of family genealogy.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Some of the most popular songs from The Cult come from Sonic Temple, their fourth studio album. They garnered some attention in 1985 when the single “She Sells Sanctuary” off their second album hit the US charts, and they had established a solid following as a “post punk” or “goth rock” band, but Sonic Temple would put them over the top with its mo…
Reverend Jon Owen with Indira Naidoo discuss bringing light in the dark to help our community during times of struggle.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hear how China changed the course of dental hygiene forever with the invention of the toothbrush.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Harmony within can be captured by simply listening to the sounds surrounding us and reverberating in nature.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Stand-Up comedian and former backup dancer Kim McVicar joins Tara & Dave for this Boy Band mash-up of three 90’s mega boy bands combined! Like some teen idol Voltron this is a mega boy band movie! Featuring - A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, and Nick Carterfrom Backstreet Boys. From NSYNC it features Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick and finally, bring…
Teenagers may get away with wearing almost anything, but after 50, things change in the fashion sense.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Old Man and The Sea is a true Earnest Hemingway literary classic, the tale of an old fisherman and his battle to hook a marlin.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How much has the military shaped what you eat? Think instant coffee to mac and cheese, canning to plastic pouches.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fluffed auditions, late night radio antics, and wildlife encounters that got a little too close are just some of the memories that Australia's most recognisable voices have from 90 years of the ABC.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia's complex relationship with nuclear technology stems from its history in uranium mining, early testing of nuclear bombs and more recently the proposed purchasing of nuclear submarines as part of the AUKUS deal.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Early Australian colonial history has more agreements with Australia's first people than you might be aware of.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
We investigate the unprecedented recent fluctuations in the price of power and how this is impacting businesses and consumers.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
CJ reckons Men is a let-down, while Nude Tuesday's use of gibberish is is more marketing gimmick than genius move.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
From squints in kids to glaucoma, your eyes can face all sorts of challenges over the years. Nightlife's eye doctor Steve Colley joined Philip Clark to talk to through some common conditions and their treatments.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cycling the Great Ocean Road? Climbing the Australian Alps on bike? There are plenty of options when it comes to planning the perfect bike trip in Australia.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
One of the earliest examples of a prog rock record was Days of Future Passed, the second studio album by The Moody Blues. Originally a rhythm and blues band, The Moody Blues were in difficult financial straits when they convinced the record company to combine their music with orchestral elements and interludes in a single album. The group recorded …
Rather than resorting to military action, two nations reached a civilised agreement on territorial rights this week.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The history of the declaration of the Emancipation of Slaves and the celebration of Juneteenth.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Summertime! Movie time! Couch time? Wait, aren’t we all heading back to the cinemas now, or are we watching at home? The Geeks tackle this dilemma and preview the love and the thunder awaiting moviegoers to infinity and beyond! iTunes https://apple.co/34WS22m Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6JkObSg6o3RdKcSmJ5zeZ3?si=qO56jiXeTueoRIvQYZCEsQ Twi…
Do you find you can't dance due to two left feet? A new study finds it can be partially explained by our genes.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
ABC Chair Ita Buttrose addressed the 25th Andrew Olle lecture on Friday night, calling for changes to defamation laws and increased protections for whistleblowers.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Yoko Ono strode the avant-garde art scene long before she met John Lennon.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Diego Benetto discussed the treasure trove of edibles underfoot around us with Indira Naidoo.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Matthew Spencer left the world of journalism to become an author and recently published a crime thriller set in Sydney.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The latest releases and reveals in the motor world, but stocks are struggling to meet demand. So what's on the market?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Concrete and cement are among the most ubiquitous yet carbon intensive building products in the modern world, which is why they are now evolving for our low carbon future.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Episode 60 features Jessica Randazzo of Bad Medicine! We review the "Roe v. Wade Cold Open ” by Saturday Night Live and “Kites” by Three Princes. Sketch Nerds is a comedy podcast about the craft of sketch comedy where we break down your favorite sketches. Listen to the full episode wherever you get your podcasts or visit BadMedicineComedy.com/Sketc…
The Boys returns with a very pacey and compelling third season, while Ms Marvel gears a bit younger with its charisma and bright tones.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Is there a silver lining to inflation and interest rates rising? Plus, the sharemarket experienced its biggest loss since the start of the pandemicBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
At the age of 2, he was the youngest child ever taken in by St Patrick's orphanage in Armidale, lived through the Great Depression, got involved in local politics and dedicated a lifetime to helping others. This is the story of Frank Ward, AO.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New company SpinLaunch sticks true to its name by hurling things into space with a centrifuge.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
At a time when most music was coming out of the Seattle grunge scene or the Athens, Georgia college environment, Alabama's own Brother Cane is a reminder that good rock music can originate anywhere. The band was formed by front man and guitarist Damon Johnson and bassist Glenn Maxey, and they were joined by guitarist Roman Glick and drummer Scott C…
Because of the beautiful funeral her family gave her sister, Jackie Bailey enrolled in theology to become a funeral director, ordained interfaith minister and death walker.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nelson Mandela was found guilty of sabotage, sentenced to life in prison this week in history.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Why are they becoming more severe and frequent? And how will they impact you?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Cinema Craptaculus Crew is doing a flyby over the original 1986 action classic TOP GUN in time for our collective return to the DANGER ZONE with Top Gun: Maverick! Here’s the Rapid Recap to catch you up! Lt. Pete Mitchell code name Maverick (played by Tom Cruise) is, like his name, a maverick when it comes to being a Navy Pilot! Now he’s flying…
CJ Johnson returns to Nightlife for a flick through the decade that gave us some memorable movie moments.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Eda Gunaydin is a Turkish-Australian writer and researcher interested in class, race and diaspora.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Major political parties are going through the washup of Election 2022. What can we learn from our recent election statistics?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Antony Beevor's new book Russia examines the aftermath of 1917's Russian Revolution and the chaos that unfolded as Russia descended into a vicious civil war.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
After 23 years of conservative government, a campaign fronted by pop stars and actors singing "It's Time" swept Gough Whitlam to an historic election win in November 1972. One of those pop stars was then 23 old Little Pattie, who was desperate for the focus on Australian arts and culture that the Whitlam Government was to provide.…
Finance writer Jessica Irvine's spent her professional life analysing federal budgets, but it's only in the past few years she's taken a good hard look at her own.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
While a lot of our pandemic restrictions have now almost entirely disappeared, the supply chain issues that have caused many products to periodically vanish from shelves haven't.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation