Best Townsfolk podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Succotash Road
Weekly
 
IT ALL STARTED WHEN... Stony Calabash unexpectedly inherits her family’s farm after the tragic death of her parents in an automobile accident. Stony is met with responsibilities she has never had to face, including taking care of her younger sister Lu, and running the farm. Seen through the eyes of Stony, Lu, their friends, neighbors and townsfolk, Succotash Road is an homage to ‘60s television comedies: shows such as The Andy Griffith Show, Green Acres and Gilligan’s Island; part light humo ...
 
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Renaissance Recall
Monthly
 
Enjoy listening to the tales of Renaissance-era reenactors as they recount their greatest experiences of yesteryear while creating for you, our patrons, the town-sized time machines that transport us all back over 400 years. We are a podcast that interviews actors, directors, vendors, and Entertainers who create renaissance fairs on the Eastcoast.
 
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gunsmoke
Weekly+
 
Airing on the CBS network on April 26, 1952, Gunsmoke was the first and greatest adult Western, it told the story of the violence that moved west with young America, and the story of a man who moved with it. That man was Matt Dillon, U.S. Marshal of Dodge City, Kansas. In Dodge, Dillon was surrounded by hardened, but heartfelt, townsfolk, including his deputy, Chester Wesley Proudfoot; the town physician and mortician, Dr. Charles Adams and, the owner of the Long Branch Saloon, Miss Kitty Ru ...
 
Bull Hunter was a man who could rip a tree trunk from the ground with his bare hands or tame the wildest stallion with his kind manner. But Pete Reeve didn't have the reputation of a dead shot because he relied on his common sense. Then Bull and Pete crossed paths, and townsfolk braced for the battle. (Summary by Richard Kilmer)
 
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What could be better than settling back on the front porch with friends, listening to the sounds of the night and eating pizza? Umm, nothing...By Phil Tippin & Valerie Anderson Bradt.
 
Stony and Lu enjoy a new recipe for marmalade and share some fresh perspective.By Phil Tippin & Valerie Anderson Bradt.
 
There are friends and there are friends you can trust. When Lu can use a friend to listen to what’s on her mind she finds the right person in Quinn. Ava McFarlane is an accomplished singer, musician, songwriter, actor, model and is an emerging tastemaker in fashion, culture, food and more. For this episode, Ava brings her extraordinary vocal ta ...…
 
A surprise visit from Stony and Lu’s uncle Terrence has Stony and Terrence singing one for old time’s sake, and leaves them wondering if they’ll perform together again.By Phil Tippin & Valerie Anderson Bradt.
 
Truth is borne of experience. Sometimes it helps to hear a different perspective to appreciate your own. In this episode Stony gets the wisdom of Mr. G., the town grocer’s, experience told through a story, whether she likes the tale or not.By Phil Tippin & Valerie Anderson Bradt.
 
The more you know the better, especially when circumstances threaten. This is especially true for Stony and Lu as they host a visit from Mr. Simmons, the banker at the Huxton Harvest Bank.By Phil Tippin & Valerie Anderson Bradt.
 
Special Guests: Liam Loyd and Wallace (Trip) Loyd.By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guests: Liam Loyd and Wallace (Trip) Loyd.By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guest: Pat Jannell.By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guests: Katie Hoppe, Kristin Erlitz, and Sue Tillman.By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guest: Sue Tillman.By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guests: Aaron Widor, Kendra Trembley, and Meyer Kashel.By Jim Miller.
 
More Militia Madness and we talk to a cast member turned playtron! Special Guests: Aaron Widor, Kendra Trembley, and Meyer Kashel.By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guests: Evan Starr and Molly Lucas.By Jim Miller.
 
Meet the baker of Staffordshire and find out what is involved in helping a Barber Surgeon. Hear more tales of the militia and the townsfolk! Molly Lucas Evan Starr Special Guests: Evan Starr and Molly Lucas.By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guests: Bobby Hebert and Braxton Puentes.By Jim Miller.
 
Meet two of the merry and amazing men of Staffordshire's Townsfolk! Listen to the prolific pontificating poet of Stafford and the Bailiff with aspirations of greatness and a lack of tear ducts. Bobby Hebert Braxton Puentes Special Guests: Bobby Hebert and Braxton Puentes.By Jim Miller.
 
Meet a great friend of the faire and our official videographer, and the founder and visionary of the Virginia Renaissance Faire. Hear about plans for a huge upcoming project; The Common Ground event park! Cornelia Rutherford Courteney Special Guests: Cornelia Rutherford and Courteney.By Jim Miller.
 
Meet a great friend of the faire and our official videographer, and the founder and visionary of the Virginia Renaissance Faire. Hear about plans for a huge upcoming project; The Common Ground event park! Cornelia Rutherford Courteney Special Guests: Cornelia Rutherford and Courteney.By Jim Miller.
 
Enter the demented mind of your host and why he's doing this? Listen to his co-host give him crap...By Jim Miller.
 
Special Guests: Natalie Buckley and Zel Hansel.By Jim Miller.
 
Meet the Director of our militia and the Town Spoon maker with the million Tablespoon personality! Zell Hansel as Captain Edwain Spearhead Natalie Buckley as Luna Lott Spoonmaker "Spoony" Special Guests: Natalie Buckley and Zel Hansel.By Jim Miller.
 
Meet the lovely ladies of Varf's scripted cast and talk about 2018's Storyline. Kristin Erlitz Katie Hoppe Special Guests: Katie Hoppe and Kristin Erlitz.By Jim Miller.
 
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