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Meet our wedding podcast! We love stories at Polka Dot Wedding. The thrill of telling them is what gets us out of bed every single morning. That’s why, after 15 years of sharing them in written form, we want to go a little deeper. Enter The Feel Good Wedding Podcast, which features the stories of Australian wedding couples from all walks of life. You’ll also from vendors- their advice and tips, and for those in the wedding industry, there's even something for you! trials and tribulations of ...
 
As civilization comes crashing down around us, it's getting harder to fall asleep. Writer and director Adam McKay isn’t afraid to admit that adults need bedtime stories too. Join Adam McKay and friends for improvised, meandering tales meant to lull you to sleep - stories of wayward polka dots, martial arts in mysterious platinum suits, and the terrifying panic of grabbing free stuff. And don’t miss sleepy tales from guests like Sarah Silverman, Cole Escola, and Michaela Watkins. Artwork by S ...
 
OMG Leave me ALONE!! My name is “That’s the Name of a Beer”. I’m a Capricorn, as if you care. Come join me every other week at the crossroads of inebriation and despair as I delve into the depths of banal monotony. What am I about? Does it even matter - you’ll never get it anyway. It’s not like I’m about beer or anything. I’m just a madhouse and these are my orderlies: Chez, Jules, and Shariar. Lobotomies available upon request. [Music: Dvorak Polka by Kevin Macleod | Source: filmmusic.io/so ...
 
The official podcast for the FANCY Fantasy Football League. That is to say this podcast is (only) potentially interesting to the 10 people in a specific fantasy football league named FANCY. It is not a general fantasy football podcast. Sorry. If for some reason you are still reading this and/or listening to the show, please send questions or let us know what you think by e-mailing us at podcast@fancyfantasyfootball.com. Song information: All theme songs from Free Music Archive. Theme: remix ...
 
Explore the untold histories behind the images, patterns, and designs we take for granted. Each week we’ll bring you a different story about a curiosity from the creative world - interviewing experts and creatives as we dive into the unusual origins of everything from Comic Sans to the polka dot. Curious Minds is an original podcast by Domestika dedicated to sharing and celebrating creativity in all its forms. To find blogs and images for each episode, go to domestika.org/podcasts. And to fi ...
 
Riders Radio Theater was a half hour, weekly, cult favorite/public radio show performed live by the two-time Grammy Award-winning western and comedy band Riders In The Sky in Nashville and Cincinnati from 1988-1995. Called at the time "the fastest half hour in radio," each show featured western music, wacky commercials, the National Polka Countdown, characters and comedy bits of all sizes and descriptions, and a cliffhanging serial adventure... all liberally sprinkled with country and folk m ...
 
The Proc-Cast is a podcast with the aim to promote upcoming awesome relatively unknown bands to a new audience. All styles of music are welcome, be it Folk or Funk, Polka or Punk the most talented musicians have the opportunity to showcase their music here. Each episode brings you music and interview focusing on a single artist, giving them a spotlight to share with a wider audience of music lovers. The Proc-Cast is open to Worldwide interaction. If you are interested in being involved then ...
 
Retired Biology_Environmental Science educator... passion for old time radio... protecting the environment, civil rights, and audio/video editing for local radio and TV station production. Produced 60+ OTR re-enactments with local actors. 13 years as radio host for "Audio Theater". Currently co-host a show on local cable TV called "Living and Learning with Disabilities" and produce a storytelling program called "True Tales Live" which is found on Soundcloud and many other formats.
 
Welcome to the McAnally’s Pubcast, a podcast dedicated to the Dresden Files Universe. For the newly indoctrinated, Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files follows the story of a professional wizard in Chicago. The first book, Storm Front, was published in 2000, and the series now boasts 17 novels, plus a combined 36 short stories, comics, and graphic novels to help flesh out the world. On top of that, the Dresden Files has also produced a television series, card games, and a TTRPG. With all of that ...
 
Hosted by Ana and Ewa, two Poles living in London, this podcast will explore Polish politics, culture and history. Expect fascinating guests from Poland and beyond, conversations serious and fun, and a lot of Polish accents. If you are wondering about the differences between the LGBTQ + scene in Poland and the UK, what are the lessons of the “Solidarność” movement, or where you can try Żurek in London - tune in! If you'd like to suggest a topic or have a good story to tell, please get in tou ...
 
Welcome to the PT compass podcast. My name is Simon Murphy, a final year Physiotherapy student at Bond University in Australia, and I am your host. I talk with practising physios, students, and other healthcare individuals. I hope this podcast lets you live your best professional or student life. Enjoy. Follow me on Instagram @ThePtStudentCompass for announcements and content!
 
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Trumpet Dynamics

Gone Newclear Productions

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Some of us make our living playing trumpet; while some of us do more talking than actual playing. No matter our background or ability, we’re all fascinated with this piece of plumbing that has earned its place in the pantheon of musical legend - for better or for worse. I’m James Newcomb, and I’m glad you’re here. Welcome to the show! Here are some people you may have heard of sharing their experience as a guest of the show: "James, thank you for the wonderful experience of getting the chanc ...
 
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PLOScast is a regular PLOS podcast dedicated to interviewing innovators and thought leaders on scholarly publishing developments, the future of academia and the changing experiences of scientists. Hosted by PLOS Staff Researcher Elizabeth Seiver, the show explores all things Open (science, access and peer review), including research tools, ideas for improving science communication and the realities of the academic job market. In short, this podcast is for scientists and those who love them. ...
 
Just a few random conversations with a few good friends. We never know what we're going to discuss or who we will bring into the conversation. Mainly, just razzing each other and having some laughs over some beverages. Hit subscribe and join us as we figure this podcast stuff out. IG: @therandopodcast Sean @seanpchristian Kirk @kman2020 Jeremy @itsthejmac
 
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Food For Worms Podcast

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Food For Worms Podcast

Darien Washington & Samuel Sarver

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Welcome to Food For Worms. A conversation, and if we are being honest, sometimes banter, podcast with your friends Darien & Samuel. It’s an existential dread Buick and it’s hitting every stoplight to find the silver lining in the struggle, and humor in the uncertainty. With all seriousness, we put the “party” in repartee. Join us every Tuesday wherever you listen to podcasts. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/food-for-worms-podcast/support
 
You're just in time; Josh is about to read Blue a story! Listeners will skidoo with Blue and Josh into storybooks where silly sleepy-time adventures await. Josh narrates each of the ten episodes, bringing various characters to life and getting closer and closer to the main event: a snuggly, restful snooze for Blue in this official Blue's Clues & You! podcast.
 
Scratch Track is a chat podcast about those useless opinions we all have. Join hosts Kyle and Darin, along with a cavalcade of guests, as they navigate a tangent-filled wonderland of banter, laughs, and figuring out how to run this friggin' podcast. It's like a warm cup of hot chocolate for your ears – but, like, not the good kind made on the stove. It's the kind that's from a pack and mixed in water you heated up in the microwave, and it scalds your tongue on the first sip so you can't even ...
 
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Encore... The Light Crust Cowboys is an American western swing band from Texas that was organized in 1931 by the Burrus Mill and Elevator Company in Saginaw,TX. Peak popularity was achieved up to World War II. Early members included Bob Wills, Milton Brown and later Tommy Duncan, Cecil Brower, John Parker, and Kenneth Pitts Original band disbanded …
 
Hey There, Hi There, Ho There and welcome to another Disneyland Paris Show! This week, we talk Polka Dots, AP Event sellouts and Food; and one listener shares her experience of food in the parks with regards to allergies and intolerances. Listen to our shows on your favourite podcast client: DLP Show – https://link.chtbl.com/DlpShow Classics Show –…
 
Running a wedding business is a handful, but Zee Scott runs three AND makes it look like a cakewalk! Zee’s love for sweets and performing led her to become a baker, MC, and marriage celebrant. Admittedly, she doesn’t get to sleep much¾not because of work, but because she can’t contain her excitement for life! In this chat we discuss: What it’s like…
 
Tony Prisk is in his eleventh season playing second trumpet with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Prior to taking the job in Philly, Tony played second trumpet with the Houston Symphony. See a pattern developing? It's not an accident, and it's not because Tony doesn't have what it takes to be "the man". In this episode, we discuss the value of specializ…
 
Remember how Mike said this is where he put all the weird stuff? He wasn't kidding. The trial continues, with two new witnesses for the defense: Amanda, who is unreliable and inconsistent, and returning guest Dave Weigel, who is the best witness for this case anybody could ask for. He's the author of The Show That Never Ends: The Rise and Fall of P…
 
Hey There, Hi There, Ho There and welcome to another Disneyland Paris Show! How is it February already? Join us for the usual fun and frolics as we talk through another week in Disnelyand Paris!! Listen to our shows on your favourite podcast client: DLP Show – https://link.chtbl.com/DlpShow Classics Show – https://link.chtbl.com/37disneystreet Get …
 
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences made a big change to the rules for submitting songs for award consideration in 1938, allowing studios to submit one song for an automatic nomination. That resulted in 10 song nominees in 1938, and host Jeff Commings will bring you the histories behind all of them, including two songwriters who compete…
 
Airing from 1938 to 1955, the long running juvenile adventure show featured Paul Sutton as Sgt. William Preston an Canadian Mountie as the show's leading character along with his loyal dog, Yukon King, his sidekick. This team fights evildoers during the period of the goldrush in the 1890's. Series originated…
 
In the setting of 1947, Claudia was an extremely popular 15 min daily soap opera and depicted the trials and tribulations of a newlywed couple during the era. It was considered a "soft" opera because they focused on everyday events that listeners with which listeners could identify. In this track, Claudia purchases an "antique" bookcase for their a…
 
First song is Parasot Hornpipe... followed by Buddy and Bashful singing "My Pretty Quadroon"... Banjo version played by Junior..."Yes, Sir That's My Baby." Buddy and Bashful sing "Yellow Rose of Texas"Doctor sings "Open Up Them Pearly Gates For Me"... all from May of 1935!The Light Crust Doughboys are living in the "Country Western" Playlist on thi…
 
Introduction describing the staff meeting that took place and resulted in the posting of these two back-to-back episodes of The Adventures of Superman. 1940-1951 on Mutual and ABC radio. Bud Collyer played Superman... he used to be the host of a TV game show called "Beat the Clock"....anyone remember that TV show?…
 
This episode is about Shaun Martyn, who runs a league that breaks tradition to look beyond gender and geography at the same time. - Find the 99.94 app here: Android: http://bit.ly/3S29f1R iOS: http://apple.co/3ovg0M5. - To find all our podcasts, head over here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/99-94dm/id6443234103. To support Double Century pl…
 
To kick off Valentine’s month, we’re doing “Whatever You Like” (or whatever we like, in that case). This is nowhere near our favorite song, but we sure had a good time! Listen in as we develop the germ of a parody idea, talk about too much chicken, go off about fast food restaurants, government cheese, Blockbuster Video WOW what a difference, balli…
 
McAnally's Pubcast - A Dresden Files Podcast Here we cover Chapter 6 in which Dresden is shown up by an old man, a drunk, and a carpenter in the ways of getting money from bears. Death Masks Chapter 6 Summary: Harry attempts to run and defend himself from the attacking monster. The two men in the alley join the fight and reveal they both hold sword…
 
I am as I am. To many I am a teacher and everyday I find myself to be a student, being 22 I am still very early in my awakening yet I have learned and innerstand enough about my innerpeace that sharing it with others not only bring me happiness. It also gives to my purpose, it allows me to grow and learn, and it also allows me to share my perspecti…
 
"Understanding the strawman, taxes (the IRS), how it plays into mortgage underwriting, and how it’s all connected to spirituality" Reni Baez is an Associate Real Estate Broker in NYC. She has closed hundreds of Real Estate transactions, having been in the industry for 15 years now. She started Real Estate as a 19 year old and now also consults indi…
 
Dave and Ethan interview celebrity choreographer Vincent Paterson about working on the "Eat It" music video. Vincent shares what he kept from the video, what Michael Jackson said to him about the video, choreographing the iconic "Thriller" dance, and working with the likes of Lucille Ball, Bea Arthur and three of The Beatles.…
 
The New Pornographers winkingly call themselves an “indie rock supergroup,” even though none of their members were performing before crowds larger than 200 when they formed. Since then, they’ve grown into critical darlings with a cult following and an intimidating spread of studio albums and solo releases, but they were never scrappier, hungrier, a…
 
Ali and Sam are back again to talk about tiny artworks that make a big impression. How does Willard Wigan fit the statue of liberty on a pinhead? Would you be comfortable referring to Francis Glessner as “mother”? Where the f**k have Sam and Ali been? We’re happy to be back and can’t wait for you to find out!…
 
Join my new Facebook group! It's called "Can't Quit Trumpet" - and if that phrase means anything to you, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Click here to join! https://trumpetdynamics.com/fbgroup We go back to the archives of the podcast, this time with Denver Dill of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Denver suffered a major injury to …
 
Special guest Cole Escola joins us to improvise a bedtime story. Their prompt: Ship in a Bottle. Cole is a writer and performer on hit shows like Hulu's Difficult People and HBO Max's Search Party. Cole also played Chassie Tucker on At Home with Amy Sedaris, for which they won a Writers Guild of America Award for their work on the show as a writer.…
 
Hey There, Hi There, Ho There and welcome to another Disneyland Paris Show! This week, with a fairly slow news week, we take some time to talk through some of your questions and trip reports and Lucie talks Pins!!! Listen to our shows on your favourite podcast client: DLP Show – https://link.chtbl.com/DlpShow Classics Show – https://link.chtbl.com/…
 
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers continued to light up the silver screen in 1937, and it was the Gershwin brothers -- Ira and George -- who were responsible for the nominated song that accompanied their song-and-dance routine. Not to be outdone, Bing Crosby makes a play for a hit song with a lullaby, written by an old friend who had no plans to work …
 
Sgt. Preston and Yukon King try to solve crimes that have taken place in the wild and cold Yukon Territory. (Sorry to spoil the image, but Yukon King (dog) was played by a vocal actor... you see it was and still is, almost impossible to get a dog to bark on cue...solution? Find someone who can bark like a dog and pay him/her well... generally about…
 
Zakk is back to talk all about The Weird Al Show! A few weeks ago, I asked Zakk if he'd ever seen The Weird Al Show. He said no. So you know what we did? We sat down and binge watched all 13 episodes of The Weird Al Show over the course of two days. Then we sat down and talked about it. What does a Gen Z kid think about The Weird Al Show? What did …
 
This episode is about Abe Bailey, a gold tycoon who crossed the equator over a hundred times, and who bought South Africa’s way into the upper echelons of cricket. - Find the 99.94 app here: Android: http://bit.ly/3S29f1R iOS: http://apple.co/3ovg0M5. - To find all our podcasts, head over here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/99-94dm/id644323…
 
Two back-to-back 8 min skits from the Maxwell House Coffee Time Show with guests Fanny Brice (Baby Snooks) and Hanley Stafford (Daddy).First is "Anatomy of a Robot" from Feb 8, 1940 and the second skit is from one week later, Feb. 15, 1940 - "Tax Returns". Fanny Brice was 49 at the time this was aired. She was a remarkable vocal talent. Brice got h…
 
Dave and Ethan welcome Vincent Paterson to the podcast - celebrity choreographer who has worked with Michael Jackson, Madonna, Billy Joel, Whitney Houston, and countless others - including Weird Al! He choreographed and appears in the "Eat It" music video, reprising his role as the rival gang leader from the original "Beat It" music video.…
 
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