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Historian Glen Kyle of the Northeast Georgia History Center and guests explore the historical context and significance of everything from pop culture to the little known stories of our past in this light-hearted and educational podcast.
 
When Elizabeth Short, also known as The Black Dahlia, was brutally killed in 1947, it gripped the entire country. More than 70 years later, it remains America's most infamous unsolved murder. Many believe Dr. George Hodel was the killer, thanks to an investigation by Hodel's own son. But murder is just part of the Hodel family story, one filled with horrifying secrets that ripple across generations. Now, through never-before-heard archival audio and first-time interviews, the Hodel family op ...
 
The Get Global Network features all the internationally renowned personalities and podcasts from SoMetro Radio, SoMetro Talk and Yessurr FM all under one media platform. The Get Global Network podcasts feature original shows like The Ask Avani Show, MIDWEEK MASHUP hosted by Mokah Soulfly, COMMUNITY PARTY RADIO Hosted by David Samuels, A Good 15 with Goody Howard, The Community Connection Radio Show with Jacey and Whole Mind Body and Soul hosted by Lawrence Coutee
 
WARNING: Do not attempt to relive or reenact anything you hear on this show. Each episode of Mangler Nation features real-life party stories performed by professional manglers under absolutely no supervision. Comedians, rockstars, even fan submitted stories. Together, we all laugh and revel in the absurdity of their overindulgence. Mangler Nation is unlike any podcast you’ve heard before... high production value, low moral standards. New episode every Tuesday!
 
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Pylon, Supercluster & Pylon Reenactment Society with Vanessa Briscoe Hay in conversation with David Eastaugh Pylon was an American rock band from Athens, Georgia, United States.[1] The band's danceable sound, a blend of new wave, post-punk, jangle pop, alternative rock and funk rock,[2] influenced the Athens music scene and the 1980s American pop u…
 
A lot of you asked and we delivered... The first reenacting episode. We went through a TON of stories and jumped around a bit, but it was a blast to relive some reenacting memories with each other and if anything we had fun going back into some great memories that we shared. We discussed maybe a part 2 at some point later because there are a TON of…
 
Tunes: Cooke: Jackson’s Bottle of Claret, Go to the Devil and Shake Yourself, The Lug of the Spade (Jackson), Miss Duval’s Reel O’Farrell: Jackson’s Silver Mines Bremner: Lady MacIntosh’s Reel Logan (John McColl): Lady Mackintosh’s Reel Goodman: Box The Monkey Cooke’s Country Dances for the 1796 Season: Jackson’s Bottle of Claret, Go to the Devil a…
 
Wolfe City police officer, who shot Jonathan Price, had a history of aggression toward residents in the small town. KY AG Files motion to block grand juror from speaking. Ex-Philly Cop charged with First Degree murder for 2017 Shooting of unarmed Black man. One of Vallejo's Fatal 14 fired in fatal shooting of unarmed Black man and moreSupport the s…
 
The Prats with Paul McLaughlin & David Maguire in conversation with David Eastaugh The group was founded in 1977 at St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Comprehensive by Paul McLaughlin, David Maguire, Greg Maguire, and Tom Robinson, whose ages at the time ranged from 12 to 15. While their instruments were basic - including a cardboard drum kit - they we…
 
Unbelievable! 100 episodes of Unsolved Mysteries with Robert Stack yet only 69 (nice) episodes of Re-Enacted. Make it make sense! Join us for an extra spooky 3 year anniversary episode of Re-Enacted, chock full of UFOs & ghosts who are polite. UM season 4 episode 18: "UFO Odyssey", "Reporter's Trucker" and "Haunted Mansion". Help us keep the lights…
 
Mambo Taxi special with Lenie Mets in conversation with David Eastaugh Mambo Taxi were inspired by the UK garage rock scene and US punk. They formed after Lenie was invited to join Anjali, Ella, Andrea and Delia - who were all living together (bar Delia) in a squat in Islington- to form a band. They became part of a vibrant music scene in the early…
 
Pooh Sticks special with Hue Williams Part 1 - in conversation with David Eastaugh The Pooh Sticks were an indie pop band from Swansea, Wales recording between 1988 and 1995. They were notable for their jangly melodiousness and lyrics gently mocking the indie scene of the time such as on "On Tape", "Indiepop Ain't Noise Pollution" and "I Know Someo…
 
Madder Rose special with Billy Cote in conversation with David Eastaugh Madder Rose was a New York City-based alternative rock band who recorded in the 1990s. After a 20-year hiatus, a new album was released in September 2019. The band was fronted by Mary Lorson, who shared songwriting duties with guitarist Billy Coté. The two singer/songwriters co…
 
The Perfect Disaster with Phil Parfitt in conversation with David Eastaugh The first incarnation of the band was named Orange Disaster, with Parfitt joined by Ken Renny (bass), and Alison Pate (guitar). This line-up released a seven-inch EP called "Something's Got To Give" on Neuter Records, Catalogue Number OD 01. Often mislabeled as 1982 - the re…
 
Tunes: John Playford: Johnny Cock thy Beaver O’Carolan: Cock up thy Beaver Variations Dixon: Watty’s Away Oswald: Johnny Cock-up thy Beaver Robert Bremner: Scots Bonnet O’Farrell: The Blue Bonnett A.L. Lloyd: The Bonny Black Hare Cover Art from David Allan’s Lead Processing at Leadhills: Weighing the Lead Bars from the 1780s showing a Blue Bonnet a…
 
Listen to great interviews and get the latest info on concerts in and around Dallas - Ft Worth from Ric Hare, host of the CONCERT CONNECTION, sponsored by PMC Entertainment.Ric’s guest for this show is Gregg Gannon one of the best Dallas-Fort Worth area freelance photographersFollow the show on your favorite podcast networks like Apple Podcasts, iH…
 
The Cockettes with Pam Tent in conversation with David Eastaugh The Cockettes were an avant garde psychedelic hippie theater group founded by Hibiscus(George Edgerly Harris III)[1] in the fall of 1969. The troupe was formed out of a group of hippie artists, men and women, who were living in Kaliflower, one of the many communes in Haight-Ashbury, a …
 
Flying Nun Records special with Roger Shepherd in conversation with David Eastaugh The label was formed in the wake of a flurry of new post-punk-inspired labels forming in New Zealand in the early 1980s, in particular Propeller Records in Auckland. The intention was to record the original local music of Christchurch, but soon the label rose to nati…
 
Season 4 episode 17 of Unsolved Mysteries: "Black & Blue", "Drunk Driver", "Yeti" and "Jane Doe's Ashes". The podcast that takes the bold stance that stealing from temples is wrong and maybe not as cool as we were all told to believe it was? No you didn't miss an episode last week, this one just got delayed. Blame Neptune in retrograde.help us keep…
 
National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers for Justice, Reform and Accountability (NCLEOJ) respond to Sean Hannity's attack on LAPD Sergeant. LA DA Lacey steps aside in fatal shooting by LAPD officer.; Texas officer held on one million bond in fatal shooting of Jonathan Price; Louisiana officer involved in fatal beating of Ronald Greene dies in…
 
The Hepburns special with Matt Jones in conversation with David Eastaugh The Hepburns are a Welsh indie band from Llanelli, South-West Wales. They have recorded twelve albums, two EPs, one single, and three BBC sessions and have been signed to Berkeley-based label Radio Khartoum since 1999. They toured the United States and Scandinavia in 2007. 'El…
 
The Fabulous Poodles special with Bobby Valentino in conversation with David Eastaugh Valentino's first success was as a founding member of The Fabulous Poodles, but he is most often recognised as the violinist and co-writer of the hit single "Young at Heart", by The Bluebells. After leaving the Fabulous Poodles in the early 1980s, Valentino was a …
 
The Verlaines special with Graeme Downes in conversation with David Eastaugh The Verlaines were noted for their angular, "difficult" song structures, wordy and downbeat lyrics, unusual subject matter, which was all contained in often frantic up-tempo playing. The Verlaines were led by songwriter and vocalist/guitarist Graeme Downes, although many o…
 
New Fast Automatic Daffodils special with Andy Spearpoint in conversation with David Eastaugh The band was formed in 1988 by former members of the punk rock group Pariah.[1] Dolan Hewison, Justin Crawford, Perry Saunders and Icarus Wilson-Wright were former students at Manchester Polytechnic, while Andy Spearpoint attended drama school. The name co…
 
Bush Tetras special with Cynthia Sley in conversation with David Eastaugh Bush Tetras are an American post-punk band from New York City, formed in 1979. They are best known for the 1980 song "Too Many Creeps", which exemplified the band's sound of "jagged rhythms, slicing guitars, and sniping vocals". Although they did not achieve mainstream succes…
 
Tenpole Tudor special with Edward Tudor-Pole in conversation with David Eastaugh Tenpole Tudor formed in 1977 when Tudor-Pole (vocals/saxophone) met guitarist Bob Kingston, bassist Dick Crippen, and drummer Gary Long. They played regularly for several years until Tudor-Pole himself (under the moniker of Eddie Tenpole) came to prominence by appearin…
 
Tunes: By Nicolas Brown from new album "Good Enough Music for them who Love it" https://nicolasbrown.bandcamp.com/releases O’Farrell (et.al) Oscar & Malvina Set for the Pipes Aird (et. al) Battle from Oscar And Malvina You can see when you look at the sheet music how much work and craft Nicolas put into creating these renditions of tunes. His perfo…
 
East Meets West again for the fall 2020 version and as always, Dave Meek and Jake Johnson from Crescent Creek Models have made it another fun night around the bench! We talked about differing scenery from east and west as well as a bunch of other awesome modeling chatter! Check out their new kit here: https://thundermesa.studio/product/last-chance-…
 
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