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A weekly look at the latest Blues music, featuring local and regional Blues artists, and Blues music news
 
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Loose Cannon
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Loose Cannon is a weekly fast paced podcast in which revue members buckle down to answer the tough questions, tackle tough challenges, toss witticisms, and learn important life lessons along the way. No podcast is the same from week to week, apart from the name and theme song obviously. Listen on your way to work, during a court hearing, or while hiding from strangers in a toilet, as we deliver humorous ad-libs from the dying spleen of the steel city.
 
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Retronauts
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The original classic gaming podcasts continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. Join hosts Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey each week as they team up with a host of expert guests to chronicle the creations that have paved the way for today's hits. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!
 
For anyone who writes comedy, makes comedy, loves comedy, or just has an interest in comedians and what makes them so annoying.
 
A monthly Podcast hosted by Andrew Horton and Ian Maxton. Find out our thoughts on current pop culture trends, comic books, and movies!
 
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The Cabaret Room
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Cabaret in all its guises
 
Billed as "a radio custard pie", this show ran for eight years and starred Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie, John Cleese, Jo Kendall and David Hatch (who later went on to produce the show). The show originated from the Cambridge Footlights revues, with the pilot of the series being a recording of the West End show, Cambridge Circus, aired on the 30th December 1963.
 
DVC Members Sharing Magical Stories, Experiences and Personal Preferences
 
The Podcast Detroit Network
 
Toronto based journalist & filmmaker Mark R. Hasan interviews artists & producers for the film / video / filmmusic media site KQEK.com and the filmmaking site Big Head Amusements.com.
 
Betty Boo Got The Scoop brings you Interviews, local and national news of interest delivered on an entertainment platform .
 
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On April 15, 2019, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime will step down from his role, bringing about an end to an era. But who was Reggie, and why was his tenure at Nintendo so unique? On this episode of Retronauts, join Bob Mackey, Jeremy Parish, and Henry Gilbert as the crew examines the life and times of Reggie Fils-Aime during Nin ...…
 
On April 15, 2019, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime will step down from his role, bringing about an end to an era. But who was Reggie, and why was his tenure at Nintendo so unique? On this episode of Retronauts, join Bob Mackey, Jeremy Parish, and Henry Gilbert as the crew examines the life and times of Reggie Fils-Aime during Nin ...…
 
Grammy and double-Emmy winner Kathy Griffin holds the Guinness world record for most comedy specials: 23 shows packed with her trademark scathing wit and merciless celebrity takedowns. But in May 2017 a provocative promo image of her holding the severed "head" of President Donald Trump changed her life forever. We talk about how she survived ha ...…
 
East meets West, and then some! Jeremy Parish and Chris Sims (east) meet with Bob Mackey and Nina M. (west) to talk about the franchise that brings people of all coasts together: Capcom's Disney games for NES.
 
East meets West, and then some! Jeremy Parish and Chris Sims (east) meet with Bob Mackey and Nina M. (west) to talk about the franchise that brings people of all coasts together: Capcom's Disney games for NES.
 
East meets West, and then some! Jeremy Parish and Chris Sims (east) meet with Bob Mackey and Nina M. (west) to talk about the franchise that brings people of all coasts together: Capcom's Disney games for NES.
 
After a couple of days of bad news in the world, Peter and Vincent feature a mix of cabaret music for the soul – music that makes us feel good and leaves us relaxed. Vincent also gives us a preview of the Cabaret Room’s new theme. Music on the show in this episode includes: Otto Titsling (Bette Midler), What are you doing the rest of your life? ...…
 
In a double first for the podcast we speak not only across a transatlantic internet connection but also to our first critic! But Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw is unlike any other; a fast-talking and acerbic eviscerator of computer games, his hilarious "Zero Punctuation" reviews regularly attract downloads in the millions, while his sci-fi and fantasy n ...…
 
Susan-ann Walker presents a brand new one-woman show called Not Quite Right, a celebration of those somewhat eccentric, possibly crackerjack, definitely kooky folk who proudly march to the beat of their own drum. Julia Grace (Director), Ben Andrews (Producer) and Ahila Navaratnam (who plays Wendla) talk about the RMIT production of Spring Awake ...…
 
Andrew joined Disney Vacation Club in 2008 by purchasing at Animal Kingdom Villas. Shortly after buying in addonitis kicked in and the Darden family purchased a second contract from the resale market at Old Key West. Later on Disney cruises, he added on at Boulder Ridge and Copper Creek Cabins and Villas. We've included some of the Darden's fam ...…
 
Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey once again meet with Chris Kohler and Kat Bailey to deep-dive their way through the history of Final Fantasy. This time they've hit the Big One: Final Fantasy VII, a game SO monumental in impact it's a two-episode discussion.
 
Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey once again meet with Chris Kohler and Kat Bailey to deep-dive their way through the history of Final Fantasy. This time they've hit the Big One: Final Fantasy VII, a game SO monumental in impact it's a two-episode discussion.
 
Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey roll up Benj Edwards and Ben Elgin into an ever-growing ball of garba—errr, that is, an ever-growing podcast retrospective about Namco's delightful trash-gathering simulation Katamari Damacy.
 
Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey roll up Benj Edwards and Ben Elgin into an ever-growing ball of garba—errr, that is, an ever-growing podcast retrospective about Namco's delightful trash-gathering simulation Katamari Damacy.
 
Wellness is a social satire exposing the prejudices our society still allows and encourages in spite of our contemporary ideals of acceptance and inclusivity. George Lazarus discusses the show that starts from a “Pitch black satire with a gay bridezilla”. Our second interview is with Jaklene Vukasinovic, producer of Lifeboat. Five crew members ...…
 
Toby is a quintessential English gent; bumbling, noble and Dr Who obsessed. He's also a very deft writer whose work keeps making Stu cry, as well as a respected compere and champion of newer acts. We talk about his stewardship of the club XS Mallarkey, using self-deprecation as a defense mechanism, and tease at the feeling of being surplus... E ...…
 
We left you hanging for over a year after our first exploration of Spider-Man games (episode 135), and now we're back to see what the world of polygons held for Marvel's arachnid hero. Spidey had quite a bit of video game history between his 2000 self-titled game and his... 2018 self-titled game, and we're here to comb through the webs of the p ...…
 
We left you hanging for over a year after our first exploration of Spider-Man games (episode 135), and now we're back to see what the world of polygons held for Marvel's arachnid hero. Spidey had quite a bit of video game history between his 2000 self-titled game and his... 2018 self-titled game, and we're here to comb through the webs of the p ...…
 
Jeremy Parish talks to Martijn Reuvers and Collin van Ginckel about the history of their development studio, Two Tribes, a company that bluffed its way into existence in the sunset days of Game Boy and became indie game pioneers with Toki Tori and Rive.
 
Jeremy Parish talks to Martijn Reuvers and Collin van Ginckel about the history of their development studio, Two Tribes, a company that bluffed its way into existence in the sunset days of Game Boy and became indie game pioneers with Toki Tori and Rive.
 
Watch the 55min clean edit of my new comedy special "Like I Mean It" for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3Xb93lb0jw Get the 82min director's cut that puts you right in the room, here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/likeimeanit Come see me live on tour in 2019! 01/03/19 Falmouth – The Poly 20/03/19 Cheltenham Playhouse 29/03/19 Crawley - ...…
 
Richard Vegas premiers No Smoke No Mirrors at the Butterfly Club. The show is filled with true stories of improbable coincidence, happenstance or incredible synchronicity, and of course, magic. Expect an intriguing evening of magical entertainment from one of Australia’s most unique and accomplished master magicians. Darren recently attended th ...…
 
A quintessential stand-up, with over three decades' experience and forty-five Letterman appearances, Jake Johannsen is an infinitely warm and funny man. We talk about how his decisions have defined him, how to cope with periods of derailed progress, and why the plans of a comedian are pointless. Extra content available to members of the Insider ...…
 
The life of Actor , Model -Su Sollers- This podcast is sponsored by The Infatuation
 
It's been six months since Bob's last listener comments episode, and plenty of feedback has built up since then, practically screaming to be read live on the air! And in this episode, Bob and guest Henry Gilbert will be doing just that: reading and responding to various questions and comments (left on the Patreon and Retronauts dot com) on topi ...…
 
It's been six months since Bob's last listener comments episode, and plenty of feedback has built up since then, practically screaming to be read live on the air! And in this episode, Bob and guest Henry Gilbert will be doing just that: reading and responding to various questions and comments (left on the Patreon and Retronauts dot com) on topi ...…
 
Kurt Kansley talks about his work on Evita, his move from Australia to London’s West End and his one-night only show at Chapel Off Chapel, part of the Home Grown Songbook Series which presents the musical works of Kurt and Oliver Lidert. Via phone we talk to Julia Rorke about Don’t Be A C***: This Is How, part self-help-seminar, part stand-up, ...…
 
A diamond-hard joke writer and phenomenally deft performer, there is no aspect of Jeff Innocent's act that hasn't been honed to perfection. A purist about several aspects of comedy, some of them surprising, his hard man aesthetic conceals a deadly sophistication. We talk about the poetry of comedy, the pursuit of the rolling laugh, and find out ...…
 
If you've ever googled anything about DVC, there's a high chance that you ended up reading a page, article or news post from DVCInfo.com. We've all read the articles and news stories. But how much do you know about the DVC members behind this site? Having spent many hours on the site and in their forums, I can tell you there's a dedicated team ...…
 
Jeremy Parish, Bob Mackey, Nadia Oxford, and Kallie Plagge look back at some the greatest publishers of all time and the games that helped define them in our eyes. From Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. to The Sims and Halo, it's an episode chock-full of meet-cutes!
 
Jeremy Parish, Bob Mackey, Nadia Oxford, and Kallie Plagge look back at some the greatest publishers of all time and the games that helped define them in our eyes. From Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. to The Sims and Halo, it's an episode chock-full of meet-cutes!By info@podcastone.com.
 
Jeremy Parish, Bob Mackey, Nadia Oxford, and Kallie Plagge look back at some the greatest publishers of all time and the games that helped define them in our eyes. From Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. to The Sims and Halo, it's an episode chock-full of meet-cutes!By info@podcastone.com.
 
Joachim Coghlan, co-writer of Electric Loneliness talks about the inspiration behind the play, the themes running through the story and the selection process for the diverse style of music in the show. We also get to hear Darren’s red carpet interviews at the recent Sydney opening night of Charlie & the Chocolate Factory. The post Electric Lone ...…
 
If I told you "Police Cops" met at drama school, mucked about to make their fellow students laugh and now tour an action movie spoof comedy show, you might turn up your nose. But you'd be a fool to ignore their hyper-speed joke rate, astonishing innovation and innate physical clowning. They are laugh-til-you-cry, standing-ovation funny, and the ...…
 
Continued from episode 191! The whole Retronauts East gang gathers once again to complete their look back at the years that have come before—the most notable gaming (and pop culture) events of 1989 and 1999.
 
Continued from episode 191! The whole Retronauts East gang gathers once again to complete their look back at the years that have come before—the most notable gaming (and pop culture) events of 1989 and 1999.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Live from MAGfest 2019! Jeremy Parish, Bob Mackey, and Chris Sims explore the musical legacy of Nintendo R&D1 from Donkey Kong to the grand culmination of the studio's love for brilliant music and sound design: Rhythm Heaven. Special thanks to Trey Johnson for an assist with the audio!
 
Live from MAGfest 2019! Jeremy Parish, Bob Mackey, and Chris Sims explore the musical legacy of Nintendo R&D1 from Donkey Kong to the grand culmination of the studio's love for brilliant music and sound design: Rhythm Heaven. Special thanks to Trey Johnson for an assist with the audio!By info@podcastone.com.
 
We are excited to welcome Jim and Joanne Quicksell on episode 017 of My DVC Points. Jim and Joanne are active members of the My DVC Points Community on Facebook and one of the original owners of DVC. They are the only couple I've interviewed that has not made the statement, “We wish we had joined sooner!” Spoiler Alert: They bought in the origi ...…
 
As we approach the final week of the Midsumma Festival, Ross Anderson-Doherty joins us to talk about Cake Daddy, the inspiration for the story, playing to Melbourne audiences and what to expect from the show. Cazeleon joins the team in the studio to share the story of Cazeleon and how she came to be. The Movies In My Mind is a theatrical cabare ...…
 
One of the co-founders of Newport's finest musical export "Goldie Lookin Chain", John "Eggsy" Rutledge is an irrepressibly joyful soul who raps but isn't a rapper. We talk about the development of the band, why you can't ever get off the tour bus, his "Unexplainers" podcast with Mike Bubbins, and how and when to avoid the grownups. www.theunexp ...…
 
Every once in a while, we like to focus our attention on (gasp!) modern games to see how well they've stuck to tradition over the passing decades. And there's no series more traditional than Dragon Quest, which still plays pretty close to how it did 30-some years ago. On this episode of Retronauts, join Bob Mackey, Jeremy Parish, and Henry Gilb ...…
 
Every once in a while, we like to focus our attention on (gasp!) modern games to see how well they've stuck to tradition over the passing decades. And there's no series more traditional than Dragon Quest, which still plays pretty close to how it did 30-some years ago. On this episode of Retronauts, join Bob Mackey, Jeremy Parish, and Henry Gilb ...…
 
Black History Month Stage Production -Shoe Walking. In Baltimore at the downtown Cultural Arts Center This podcast is sponsored by The Infatuation
 
News of Jeremy Hardy's passing reached me today and came as a massive shock to the vast majority of his fans. The outpouring of love and affection for this wonderful gentle man and comic, who carried a righteous energy for activism and protest, has been moving and inspiring. As Mark Steele tweeted today "Knowing him as I did, I know he wouldn't ...…
 
At the half-way point of Midsumma 2019, we squeezed eight people into the smallest JOY 94.9 studio. Well…maybe not all at the same time! Stewart Reeve‘s Rebel is a live circus rock tribute to David Bowie complete with live band, breathtaking circus, a spectacular rock and roll sideshow. Kat Mroz‘s solo performance in Jen Der Unpacks centres on ...…
 
Character-filled comedian and actress, Jessica Fostekew is also the presenter of her own podcast "Hoovering", and guest co-host of The Guilty Feminist. We talk about how noticing her own faked confidence led to a sea-change in her creative process, the "crime" of mixing stand-up and acting, the joys of fabricating the truth, and when to drink t ...…
 
Kurt Kalata and Rob Russo of Hardcore Gaming 101 join Jeremy Parish to explore the alternate reality version of Konami's legendary run of NES games: Their extensive MSX home computer library. From Metal Gear to Nemesis, it's all familiar, and yet... not.
 
Kurt Kalata and Rob Russo of Hardcore Gaming 101 join Jeremy Parish to explore the alternate reality version of Konami's legendary run of NES games: Their extensive MSX home computer library. From Metal Gear to Nemesis, it's all familiar, and yet... not.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Mr. Johnson talks about his new TV show that even Ellen Degeneres had an interest in his talent from Baltimore This podcast is sponsored by The Infatuation
 
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