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Best Mark Frosts podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Mark Frosts podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Welcome to Dark Mood Woods: A Twin Peaks Podcast, in which The Film Stage's Managing Editor Nick Newman and contributor Ethan Vestby discuss David Lynch's return to long-form filmmaking. This summer, join us as we offer insight and knowledge only devoted fans can bring, along with the curiosity of what, exactly, has been happening in the Pacific Northwest these last 25 years.
 
The Counter Esperanto Podcast: Tangents about Twin Peaks is the work of Karl Eckler and Jubel Brosseau, and represents their first foray into podcasting about their Weird interests. This is not a recap podcast (there are plenty of those), spoilers abound as Jubel and Karl discuss the Twin Peaks mythos as a whole, generally working backwards from Mark Frost’s new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
 
The Who Killed Laura Podcast Join Christopher and Scott for a friendly discussion of Twin Peaks, the classic TV show from David Lynch and Mark Frost, from the first episode through The Return, currently on Showtime. Subscribe, like, and leave a review on iTunes: goo.gl/O18jf9 Download episodes directly from Libsyn whokilledlaurapodcast.libsyn.com Leave a voicemail at 707-800-WKLP Send us an Email: WhoKilledLauraPodcast@gmail.com Connect with us on all our social media: Twitter: @WhoKilledLau ...
 
“On Target” is a new podcast from the Local Search Association (LSA) that explores the intersection of technology, media and local commerce. Each episode offers informal discussions with interesting people about a wide range of topics of interest for the local media and marketing community.
 
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Over a decade ago, Liverpool Hope University became home to the first post-graduate degree in Beatles studies ("The Beatles, Popular Music and Society"). This week and next we visit with Texas native and graduate of the program Allison Bumsted on her current challenges while pursuing a Doctorate and what it is like to apply the academic rigor of Hi…
 
Today we celebrate one of Britain's great explorers and the first apple parer. We'll learn about the wonderful willow, and we'll celebrate the very first field trip of the Philadelphia Botanical Club, which happened 128 years ago today. Today's Unearthed Words feature poems from the author of Anne of Green Gables. We Grow That Garden Library™ with …
 
#258 Tub of Spunk - RHLSTP returns to the Grand Opera House, York for the second week running. York is the most haunted city in Europe and Richard finds out what percentage of his audience have seen a ghost. The answer might surprise you. His guest is footballing and eating legend, Jon Parkin. They discuss the journeyman sportsman’s slightly unconv…
 
Today we celebrate the botanist who sailed with Captain James Cook on the Endeavor and the man regarded as the father of North American mycology. We'll learn about the man who patented the first practical lawnmower 198 years ago today. Today's Unearthed Words feature a poet and writer who used the names Flora or Florilla as her pseudonyms. We Grow …
 
Tonight on the first instalment of Masters of the Market for Season 2, Chris sits down with one of Australia’s most highly regarded investors, Peter Cooper from Cooper Investors. His CI Brunswick Fund of which he is still charged with managing directly has returned investors an annualised gain of 16.79% since inception in 2004. However, Peter’s inf…
 
Today we celebrate the Dutch botanist who figured out the king bee was actually a queen and the poet gardener who preferred curves over straight lines. We'll learn about the evolutionist who started out as a staunch Christian and who once wrote, "I did not in the least doubt the strict and literal truth of every word in the Bible." Today's Unearthe…
 
#257 Glass Pyramid - Richard is back in York, this time at the Grand Opera House and he’s come up with a plan to rescue the magic football bones of Richard III from the thieving Leicester-folk. His guest is York City’s second most famous comedian supporter and food-poisoning victim, David Reed. They talk about crap student impro, working with the T…
 
Today we celebrate a woman who was once the wealthiest woman in England, and she happily spent a fortune on plants. We also celebrate the man who transformed his family farm into a glorious garden. And, we'll learn about the Oxford professor who is remembered by a flower known as the "Jewel of the Desert." Today's Unearthed Words feature thoughts o…
 
Today we celebrate the man who suggested naming the Twinflower for Linnaeus and the botanist who gave Meriwether Lewis a crash course in botany. We'll learn about the English writer who wrote, that, "God once loved a garden we learn in holy writ and seeing gardens in the spring, I well can credit it." And we also tip our hats to the British botanis…
 
Kit O'Toole rejoins the show for part Two of our look at the Grandude himself, Sir Paul McCartney and his changing views on life, love, the future and his "ever present past." We consider Paul's revelations on "New" and "Egypt Station", and look at how both the man and the media have responded to the inevitable passage of time.…
 
Today we celebrate the botanist who served as Lieutenant Governor of New York and the first American female botanist in America. We'll learn about the man who changed agriculture forever with his invention. Today's Unearthed Words feature the English Victorian author born today. He loved geraniums. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that feat…
 
#256 Psychic Sex Twin - Richard is back at the Leicester Square Theatre and filling for time as nothing has happened to him in the week that has passed since last week’s show. His guest is comedian and project manager Athena Kugblenu. They chat about disposable nappies, inappropriate work emails, podcasting in your kitchen with your baby on your kn…
 
Today we celebrate the Italian botanist who introduced coffee and bananas to Europe and the botanist who described new varieties of mums from China on this day in 1822. We'll learn about the man who could see the capabilities of a landscape In the botanist who wrote encouraging letters to one of his students. Today's Unearthed Words Feature sayings…
 
Today we celebrate the savior of the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, and the fir tree described by Meriwether Lewis as "Fir No. 5." We'll learn about the man who discovered a plant that was called "the ugliest yet most botanically magnificent plant in the world" by Joseph Dalton Hooker. And, we celebrate the 124th birthday of the founding of the New Eng…
 
#255 Spaceship Moon - Richard is back at his spiritual home of the Leicester Square Theatre and has more news about what you shouldn’t put up or on your genitalia. His guest is the most well-read man in comedy Robin Ince. They talk mainly about his fabulous book “I’m a Joke and So Are You” https://www.amazon.co.uk/Im-Joke-Are-You-Comedians/dp/17864…
 
Today we celebrate the Swiss botanist who started a botanical Dynasty and the man who coined the term osmosis. We’ll learn about the American landscape architect who made England his home and cheered on so many gardeners with his book Successful Town Gardening. Today’s Unearthed Words feature words about winter. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a …
 
Today we celebrate the man who wrote the Flora of North America from across the pond in London much to the chagrin of American botanists. We’ll learn about the Dutch botanist who discovered the phalaenopsis orchid and the coleus on the island of Java. Today’s Unearthed Words review some sayings about the month of February in the garden. We Grow Tha…
 
First of two weeks with Queen of All Beatles Media, Dr. Kit O'Toole. The "Talk More Talk" maven joins the show this week and next as we discuss Paul's "Ever Present Future." In recent years, he seems to have allowed himself to accept his place among the elder statesmen of Rock and Roll. Despite the inevitable passage of time (over a decade beyond "…
 
Today we celebrate the man who found a splendid crabapple growing in his nursery and the anniversary of a society that celebrates the flower of the rainbow, We'll learn about the “Grand Lady of Canadian Horticulture" and a Colorado State botanist who fought to protect the Columbine. Today’s Unearthed Words, we hear simple poems from a Quaker poet. …
 
#254 Oklahoma - Rich liked the Newcastle Stand so much last week, he’s returned to talk about how squirrels ruined his day and to list the questionable achievements of the city. His guest is surrealist and former clown, Seymour Mace. They discuss what God was thinking when he tested Job, stealing from a gold mine, appearing in a terrible non-zombie…
 
Today we celebrate the botanical illustrator who was wrongfully fired from his first job and the French botanist who spent a month in California with a boatful of Russians. We'll learn about the botanical name of the city where people leave their hearts, and we’ll fall in love with a classic garden writer from Bronxville, New York. Today’s Unearthe…
 
Today we celebrate the German-American botanist who saved the French wine industry and the very first Iris-breeder who urged other hybridizers to “be bold.” We'll learn about the woman who sparked significant legislative change after birds and insects were killed in her garden and the man who fought to protect habitat for the Blazing Star. In Unear…
 
#253 Woody Allen Lift Horror - Rich is at the Newcastle Stand and mourns the possible end of Pizza Express but celebrates besting Piers Morgan. His guest is bricklayer turned comedian turned fillum star, Dave Johns. Dave takes us on his remarkable journey from Byker to I, Daniel Blake and beyond sprinkling the show with brilliant anecdotes about hi…
 
Today we celebrate an eighteenth-century man who was a friend of many famous gardeners. And, the Danish surgeon associated with many wonderful plants from the Himalayas. We'll learn about the Swedish botanist who had a thing for algae and the man who started the only arboretum between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains. Today’s Unearthed…
 
Today we celebrate the King whose dream castle incorporated 1,200 varieties of tulips and the man who is regarded as the greatest channeler of the English rural landscape. We'll learn about the mathematician who wrote a book inspired by the Oxford Botanic Garden and the relatively young Botanic Garden that was started in the 90s for the Northern Ca…
 
Tom Hunyady (Talk More Talk, 2 Legs) joins as this week's guest host! We talk about Paul McCartney's run-ins with the law over ganja (and its friends). Paul and Linda ran into trouble in Japan, the United States, Sweden, Barbados and back home as well. Thankfully, none of those experiences hurt his creativity (or his reputation), and Paul has long …
 
Today we celebrate a man who was an avid gardener and a friend of John Bartram's, and we learn about the founder of bacteriology and modern microbiology. We'll learn about The impact of Wardian Cases on plant exploration and the American playwright who designed her own garden on her estate. Today’s Unearthed Words feature winter poems from the auth…
 
#252 Giraffe Harpsichord - Richard’s house is being haunted by a film star, but he’ll get over it. He’s back at the Exeter Corn Exchange and chatting to the man behind the most employable moustache in the UK, Mike Wozniak. They discuss how many people is too many people for a sketch troupe, children failing to recognise their own parent on TV, the …
 
Today we celebrate the amateur botanist who was a two-time governor of South Carolina and the birthday of a French modernist painter who left peonies. We'll learn about the man who brought European grapes to California and the most important Prussian garden-artist of the 19th century. Today’s Unearthed Words feature a poem about January. We Grow Th…
 
Today we celebrate the birthday of the English Statesman who created “Garden walks” and the birthday of a man who is remembered by Muhly grass. We'll learn about the man memorialized by a plant name that misspells his last name, and we'll also learn about the disastrous freeze for Florida growers that happened in the mid-1980s. Today’s Unearthed Wo…
 
#251 Christ, the Child Killer - Richard is a the Corn Exchange in Exeter, a town famous for the the most comical suicide bomb of all time. And Richard is talking religion with Biblical scholar, Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou. They try to ascertain who wrote the Bible, what Jesus got up to in the bits that didn’t make it into the book, whether a…
 
Today we celebrate a man known as “The Pathfinder” and the birthday of a man who impoverished himself writing a book in tribute to Carl Linnaeus. We'll learn about the woman who was as passionate about botany as she was assisting with the war effort and today’s National Day that celebrates a garden creature. (Hint: it has a bushy tail) Today’s Unea…
 
Welcome to Episode 1 of Year 4 of Edge of Empire Take a quick look at this months new releases An update of what we have been up to this month. A run through of this months news. The Augury Scanner is turned on and we see what has captured our interest. We then take a look at the Zone Mortalis, its rules, and options for making a table For this mon…
 
Part two of the Rutles commentary track. Load up the video on YouTube, slide over to 33:40 and join us as we travel through the world of Dirk, Nasty, Stig and Barry from the infamous "Bigger than Rod" controversy through the "Let It Rot" film, book, album and lawsuit. We then close by considering the spinoffs (including Eric Idle's ill-advised sequ…
 
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