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At the Penumbra, you might follow Juno Steel, a brooding, sharp-witted private eye on Mars, as he tangles with an elusive homme fatale, tracks dangerous artifacts of an ancient alien civilization, and faces his three greatest fears: heights, blood, and relationships. Or you might enter the world of the Second Citadel, where the merciless Sir Caroline must corral a team of emotionally distraught all-male knights to defend their city against mind-manipulating monsters...even the ones they’ve f ...
 
For the best in feminist Star Trek comedy, join Alice Wetterlund and Veronica Osorio as they watch Star Trek: The Next Generation episode by episode with guests and talk Picard, Troi, Data, Riker, sex, gender, fashion, and more. Includes SFX and Original Songs. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
 
A podcast about vulnerability and entrepreneurship — learn from the life stories of founders 🚀, activists ✊, and even drug lords 💊 Our aim is to inspire you and let's face it... you aren't inspired when you hear about success. Real inspiration comes from hearing someone's lowest moment, and rising with their success. Using music, sfx, and voiceover, we interview the founders of companies, movements, and even drug cartels to reveal vulnerability so you can learn from victory. I’m your host, S ...
 
A Sci-Fi story about a disgruntled information seller, a mysterious space boy, and an android doing her best. REMINDER: InCo is explicit and contains depictions of violence, anxiety, depression, arguing, drinking, smoking and grief. Find sfx list, scripts, and music info at incopodcast.com or show some love at ko-fi.com/itme9612 RSS: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/673637.rss Cover provided by @refhoarder (twitter)
 
Chilling Tales for Dark Nights is a horror fiction anthology podcast, with each weekly episode featuring several creepy tales from talented authors, brought to life by professional voice actors, and accompanied by SFX and music. For advertising opportunities please reach out to PodcastPartnerships@studio71us.com
 
Tales from the Round World is a storytelling podcast recorded live in front of a bunch of rowdy drunks. Our live shows feature a bunch of badass writers and performers telling stories based on a theme accompanied by live Foley SFX and audience participation. All of this is interspersed with some kickass sideshow, circus, music and burlesque. All the while we're raising money for some awesome nonprofits who are trying to keep things afloat while the current administration has its head up its ...
 
Venture into a fantasy setting known as 'the Continent' and experience it through the eyes of three very different individuals. Edge, the Freelancer forced into accepting a mission against his will, surrounded by those he cannot trust. Mia, the errant Knight with a troubled past and Dante, a shape shifting assassin. Though unaware, each of them holds in them the potential to bring about a new Golden Age. Golden Age is a full-cast audio production spanning multiple seasons and featuring an or ...
 
Welcome to a sci-fi podcast hosted by top genre journalists. We share anecdotes, celebrate classics, deliver what-to-watch recommendations, and contemplate the latest news and trailers. It’s like a geeky film and TV magazine in audio form. Not that long ago, in a galaxy not far away, three geeks (including former editors of SFX magazine) joined forces, with the prime directive of delivering the nerdiest chat this side of Alpha Centauri. Richard Edwards, Dave Bradley and Tanavi Patel invite y ...
 
Film Fight is a film analysis podcast hosted by Zack Beseda, Amber Hollinger, Steve Walter and Jim Vastano. Each episode the group matches up two movies of similar plot or genre to see which one works better and why. Zack Beseda is a podcaster and writer (So Fast, So Furious, Metal School, Debut Review). Amber Hollinger is a Television Director for animation, her work has been nominated for Annie and Peabody Awards (Stillwater, Housebroken, Hamster and Gretel). Steve Walter is an Emmy Nomina ...
 
Overwhelmed by choice in the Peak TV era? Join hosts and IRL friends Tolani Shoneye (of 'The Receipts' podcast fame) and Gena-mour Barrett (who works for Netflix) as they discuss what they're watching, and what they think * you * should be watching too. Each week they'll be accompanied by a guest from the world of Netflix, who'll share a recommendation of their own. From brand new shows to overlooked gems, 10/10 Would Recommend is a freewheeling, unfiltered review show that will help you spe ...
 
BRIDGE the GAP is an Educational and Entertainment PODCAST It is a very comprehensive initiative that covers the extra-curricular interests for pupils of all ages.The idea is to bring a unique and unprecedented audio and visual learning and lifestyle experience to the subscribers through it’s ingeniously unique content and services.BRIDGE the GAP has an online platform to cover the following:Cross culture community link to share cultural ideas and traditions, including food, music and fashio ...
 
Worst Movies Ever Played is a new actual play podcast where three comedians improvise hilariously bad VHS movies. The kind you'd find scavenging through the dumpster behind a Blockbuster Video.Hosts Patrick Baker (Regular Show), Brent Butler (Norm Macdonald Live), and Geoffrey Golden (Wet Hot American Summer RPG) produce cheesy movies on the fly using the Straight to VHS roleplaying game. They play every role and narrate the action, while Hollywood sound designer Adam Baker (The Invisible Ma ...
 
Varalaru, an Indian History podcast, narrated in Tamil. "History is fascinating and rude", says Naveen Haldorai, the host of the show. Join him, as he narrates the history with the rich sounds and SFX. Get to know the real stories from across the span of Indian History, as it happened.
 
Zombiepalooza Radio show with your host Jackie Chin and Co Host Dead Door is getting ready to enhance your zombie pleasure by bringing you top quality authors, podcasters, show hosts, & zombie enthusiasts for what is the LAARGEST, Innovative PODCAST ever centered around its FANS! Tell everyone you know to come like the page and spread the zombie luv. Come listen every Friday night from 8PM-1AM EST on the only live radio station doing it right for ZOMBIES! www.livestream.com/zombiepaloozaradio
 
Fritz inherits a ghoulish haunted house from his late uncle, Felix. There's only one catch: he's got to stay a night in the creepy old mansion to own it. Calling over some friends to help Fritz work up the nerves to overnight it doesn't go so well, as each of his guests tell campfire-like stories complete with sound effects. If you like horror stories, scary facts, and spooky radio plays, this is your podcast!
 
"Destiny has two ways of crushing us - by refusing our wishes and by fulfilling them." - - Henri Frederic Amiel, Swiss Philosopher Thank you for visiting! Salutations! Welcome to our little shop. Pour yourself a glass of your favorite libation, tune out the rest of the world, and allow us to entertain you. For Season 2: Availia we are a supernatural campaign of drama, debts owed, and life-altering decisions. Our setting is a dystopian world, still recovering from a war between humans and the ...
 
We'll be discussing some of the conundrums taking place in the Omaha Council Bluffs Metro. Adding our own sarcastic touch to show our thoughts on the particular subject. Be sure to stick around until the end as we add in some bloopers and behind the scene experiences.
 
www.mattypradio.com Saturday Morning Cereal is a LIVE weekend talk magazine that celebrates the themes of Saturday Morning TV that we not only grew up with but that grew up with us! Saturday Morning Cereal includes in depth interviews and discussion on specific topics within the geek and fan pop culture. Saturday Morning Cereal broadcasts premier episodes live on Saturday Mornings with OnDemand playback anytime on our Blogtalk Channel and Podcast download anytime on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn ...
 
Welcome to the Pollak Library podcasts here at Cal State Fullerton. I’m Rachael Clemens, a reference and instruction librarian and I’m also the liaison to the Dept. of Nursing. I’ve created these podcasts specifically for nursing students to help orient you to the library and make sure you know how to use our resources and services. These podcasts compliment the material I’ve posted on the Library Research Guide for Nursing website which is at: http://guides.library.fullerton.edu/nursing/
 
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In 1976 John Hickman of WAMU put together an outstanding five-part documentary on the history of Gunsmoke. One of the people interviewed was Gunsmoke director Norman Macdonnell. Macdonnell directed the series during its entire radio run from 1952-1961. In this clip he speaks about the sound effects patterns that SFX men Bill James, Ray Kemper, & To…
 
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. This week, we have Halon Entertainment in the house! In celebration of movie h…
 
'Army of the Dead' is the huge, bombastic Zombie Heist thriller from Hollywood legend Zack Snyder. Some people throw the kitchen sink at their movies, but here, Zack has made Michael Bay look like Chloe Zao. Starring Dave Bautista, it is dripping in technicolour swagger, blood, guts and a freakin' zombie tiger. It tales a special someone to realise…
 
We said we'd go in for a shorter episode for you and we failed miserably but definitely a fun show for all you beautiful people! Kiss of Death, all praises hands down, and the overall music production is ON POINT, ya'll! Asami Tachibana has found a way to blend some of the best composers into her work, in the most fashionable way. Always keeping it…
 
On the June 18th, 1955 episode of Gunsmoke, Lucy Middlecamp is a former dance hall girl who married Ethan Hunt, a soon-to-be preacher. Chester never could understand the relationship between them two. Both he and Lucy are worried that Ethan is going to kill her. Lucy admitted that Ethan is cruel and hides it well from the town's people. Ethan told …
 
Sweet Tooth is one of the most charming series you'll watch this year. Telling the story of Gus, a hybrid boy/deer (bear with, yeah?) and his search for his mother in the midst of a catastrophic pandemic. Exec produced by Sue Downey and her completely-unknown-unlikely-to-ever-amount-to-anything husband Robert Downey Jr, it has captured the hearts o…
 
This is Finding Founders, I’m Samuel Donner, and today we’re exploring the story of Katie Longmyer--a young cello player who went from nightclub doorkeeper to producing a Made in America festival with a crowd of over 80,000 people. Katie’s story is a whirlwind, taking us through her ascent in the D.C. nightlife scene to landing a gig at Warner Medi…
 
After Rick Nelson tragically passed away in a plane crash on New Year's Eve 1985, KRLA in Southern California broadcast a retrospective on his career, which featured many interviews, including one with older brother David Nelson. In this clip, David talks about when he and Ricky began to perform on their parents' radio show in 1949.…
 
Single-takes, long takes, oners! They have many names and require many hands on deck to work. In this final episode of season one, Will and Kevin do it live, kinda, for an unedited episode that is all go and no stopping. Can they pull it off? And what did they pick? You can contact the show with any comments, questions, or scene suggestions through…
 
Fred Vol's saga comes to a surprising conclusion, and Prima of The Murder Court arrives with a gift for The Fifth. THE PLAYERS: The GM - Kim - @ViolentlyGinger Quentin Breccia – Allan - @1tttt7 Cleo Tepes – Jade - @CuriosNina Oskar Rzeznik – Chris - @Polish_Ogre The Fifth – Tom - @TurnboltsCurios DISCORD: https://discord.gg/HpppuCj EMAIL: The Show:…
 
Today I tell Diane the story of how a bad founder relationship at Tinder, led to one of the founders leaving to start her own company. That company would later become Bumble. Diane joins me in this conversation with years of business and coaching experience. She co-founded a business in the back of a house, grew it to $50 Million in 6 yrs and sold …
 
On this week's show we're joined by the one-and-only Stacey Gordon. Stacey is the founding owner of Puppet Pie, a puppet building art studio in Phoenix Arizona. She is also a performer on Sesame Street, where she has performed Julia, the first Muppet character with Autism, since 2015. We talk with Stacey about how her early love for dolls and toys …
 
Ep 04. Marquee Match: Robocop vs Robocop (Sci fi Remake Edition) Dead or alive, Zack, Amber, Jim and Steve go into the future world of law enforcement when they watch Robocop (1987) and its remake Robocop (2014). Reveals: Jim is the outlier in his final verdict, Steve makes a stunning revelation about his family tie to Ronnie Cox, and Amber challen…
 
On April 28th, 1971, Chuck Schaden interviewed radio legend and the original Great Gildersleeve, Hal Peary (full interview here - http://www.speakingofradio.com/interviews/peary-harold-actor/) about his life and career. During the course of the chat, Hal Peary spoke about starting the character of Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve and the character's re…
 
Sometimes a quiet beach is a dangerous place to drown your worries. Listen in for another exciting episode of Welcome to St. Paxton.Want to peek behind the curtain? Check us out on Twitch where we record every Sunday. Click here to jump to our Twitch channel. Episodes star Ben, Fred, Mike, Steph, and Veronica. It was edited by Steph Kingston and pr…
 
Description If you aren't on board the 'Master of None' train, then get a damned travelcard ASAP. S3 is a powerhouse - a masterclass in direction, screenplay and performance. One of the people largely responsible for this is Naomi Ackie - who plays Alicia, Denise's wife. Their journey through the complicated and difficult IVF maze is both heartbrea…
 
The most frustrating analyzation our hosts have experienced so far. This OST made no sense in relation to the anime. Only SIX "new" songs for this arc (including the ending sequence)... Also, those definitely weren't bagpipes, they were hurdy gurdies. Annnnnd someone PLEASE tell Isayama to draw a "Hisoka" titan for the final season. Enjoy the show!…
 
In this episode, we discover the story of James Andrews, a successful NYC record label exec and entrepreneur who was integral in hip hop's rise and currently forming novel creator communities. From wayward beginnings growing up in Palo Alto to learning how to network the Hollywood scene, James’ career spans a myriad of successes. From meeting Whitn…
 
On the June 9th, 1955 episode of Fibber McGee and Molly, after Fibber discovers the couple has an extra $22.50 ($225.50 today) in their checking account, he decides to take Molly out "steppin" at the new nightclub three miles out of town, the Copacabbibbo. By 1955, Fibber McGee and Molly was running on NBC as a Sunday—Thursday serial. They were one…
 
Will and Kevin return to tackle the scenes that we all quote and remember. The moments when a character takes centre stage and reveals a truth about life, or about themselves. If you can handle the truth, if you're mad as hell and not going to take it anymore, if you know how winning is done, then this is the episode for you! And it is the longest …
 
Don’t lose your head! Your sci-fi podcast is back for its second season. We’ll be rewatching 1986 sword-and-accents fantasy Highlander in the company of top author Guy Haley. Plus we’ll reveal the current shows we recommend, and cast our eyes over the news. It’s a lot of fun and – gasp! – features our first ever bleep censor. We check out The Never…
 
Today I tell the story of Albert Hofmann, a Swiss chemist who was the first person to ever synthesize and ingest LSD. Clancey gives his own perspective on the substances and how we can integrate intense experiences to positively affect our lives. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/finding-founders/support…
 
On the June 7th, 1950 episode of The Halls of Ivy, it’s a lazy Saturday morning. The college staff members who live on faculty row are enjoying their free time. Professor Quinn-cannon is trimming a hedge, Professor Warren is transplanting some flowering quince, Professor Heslip is weeding his lawn, and Dr William Toddhunter Hall, Ivy’s president is…
 
Story 1- The Knoll: written by Heath Pfaff and performed by Paul J. McSorley Synopsis: A pair of young boys in search of a little supernatural, harmless magic. They enter into a cave system, hoping to find a fairy knoll. But when these boys fall into this proverbial rabbit hole, will they both find their way out and love to tell the tale? Story 2- …
 
On March 12th, 1983 Herb Ellis and Herb Vigran were guests of SPERDVAC (http://www.sperdvac.com) for a conversation about their intersecting lives and careers in radio, film, and TV. During the course of the conversation Herb Vigran was asked how he came to work for both Jack Benny and Jimmy Durante during his radio career.…
 
Everyone knows you gotta be careful what you wish for, but sometimes that applies in other situations as well. Listen in for another crazy episode of Welcome to St. Paxton.Want to peek behind the curtain? Check us out on Twitch where we record every Sunday. Click here to jump to our Twitch channel. Episodes star Ben, Fred, Mike, Steph, and Veronica…
 
When it comes to emerging psychedelic therapies, how did we get here and where we are going? In this episode, we dive into the historical context of neuroscience and ethical implications of psychedelic experimentation, in conversation with author and bioethicist Jonathan Moreno. Jonathan Moreno grew up on the frontier of psychotherapy. The first 20…
 
Nailbomber: Manhunt is an incredibly moving , shocking and powerful documentary about the 13 days that sent London into panic. Bombs in Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho devastated minority communites - before they found strength, fought back and helped police capture David Copeland, the man responsible for the atrocities. Using first-person accounts, p…
 
What an amazing production! All around! Everything about this show was super captivating and the music alone had us on the edge of our seats, holding our breath! Kevin Penkin blew our freaking butts off with one hell of an OST. Probably our favorite podcast episode we have recorded so far. Quick correction: Garrett meant "white noise snare" not "wh…
 
This is the first confirmed bulletin to take to the airwaves on the morning of D Day, June 6th, 1944 at 3:30AM Eastern War Time.NBC newsman Robert St. John made the announcement from the New York newsroom: "Men and women of the United States, this is a momentous hour in world history. This is the invasion of Hitler's Europe—the zero hour."…
 
In 1971 Jim Jordan, better known as Fibber McGee, sat down with Dick Bertel and Ed Corcoran for WTIC's the Golden Age of Radio to talk about his career (full interview here - https://www.goldenage-wtic.org/log.html). In this clip Jim talks about the origins of Fibber's hall closet and the famous gag.By 1955, Fibber McGee and Molly was running on NB…
 
For Westinghouse's 50th Anniversary in 1970, longtime NBC radio announcer Ben Grauer spoke about being on his toes with news relays during World War II.Born in New York in 1908, he was a child actor who became an NBC staff announcer in 1930. Grauer covered olympic games, announced for Walter Winchell’s Jergen’s Journal, and was hand selected by Art…
 
We're back! But we haven't yet returned to our original form... As a precursor to the upcoming, hotly anticipated second season of Robby The Robot's Waiting, we've put together an elegantly titled What We've Been Watching And/Or Reading: Special Edition rounding up the sci-fi and fantasy we've been cramming into our eyeballs since we've been on hia…
 
Will and Kevin are resurrecting the lost moments from some classic films to figure out which scenes never should have hit the cutting room floor. From DVD extra features to alternate director cuts to lost footage found in old film cans and sometimes re-installed, this ep is all about those moments that are just too good to overlook. You can contact…
 
On Friday April 1st, 1955, NBC's President Sylvester "Pat" Weaver held a closed circuit press conference for NBC affiliates to announce a new weekend programming format which would be called Monitor. Monitor would completely take over NBC's weekend schedule from 8AM Saturday morning until the end of Sunday night. In this clip, Weaver explains why h…
 
The group does their research on councilman Fred 'The Black Hand' Vol as they ponder, "Do we want such blood on our hands?" THE PLAYERS: The GM - Kim - @ViolentlyGinger Quentin Breccia – Allan - @1tttt7 Cleo Tepes – Jade - @CuriosNina Oskar Rzeznik – Chris - @Polish_Ogre The Fifth – Tom - @TurnboltsCurios DISCORD: https://discord.gg/HpppuCj EMAIL: …
 
On tonight’s program, we invite you to leave behind your safe reality, and descend with us into the frightening depths of the most terrifying imaginations, with audio adaptations of two sinister stories from authors Kevin David Anderson and Blake Earl Ray, about torturous tots and contagious conditions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megap…
 
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