Best Viral Room podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Viral Podcasting
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The show that helps you turn your podcast into a money maker. You'll learn how to earn a 6 figure income from your podcast.
 
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RN Arts - ABC RN
Daily
 
Each week day RN Arts programs zoom in on a specific area of art and culture, brought to you by a specialist presenter. Subscribe to their podcasts separately by searching by name in your podcasting app.
 
Five old friends of more than 20 years come together to produce a high quality, bi-weekly podcast about tabletop gaming of all kinds: board games, card games, miniatures, role-playing games and much more. In each episode you can expect board game reviews, gaming industry news and round-table discussions. The Founders, Jamie, Tony, Chris, Steve and Brian, each have varying tastes in gaming to provide a variety of viewpoints. Since 2011, over 100 full length episodes and now more with our new ...
 
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Survival Medicine
Weekly
 
Doom and Bloom,Nurse Amy,Dr Bones,Survival,Survival Medicine,Traditional and Alternative Medical Advice including Survival Medicine or Collapse Medicine.
 
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POWER MORNINGS
Weekly+
 
Winnipeg's #1 way to wake up! Philly, Joe and Kirby bring their own point of view on the biggest stories of the day. Two Winnipeg boys – Phil Aubrey, a family guy with two young boys and a love for the city's sports teams. Joe Aiello, the “almost mayor” knows everyone. Just try walking down a street with him. Kirby, she keeps them on their toes – a tireless worker for the community and charity plus a love for cats and binge watching the latest new series out there.
 
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fredflux on Narro
Weekly
 
fredflux uses Narro to create a podcast of articles transcribed to audio.
 
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Today in Focus
Weekly+
 
Hosted by Anushka Asthana, Today in Focus brings you closer to Guardian journalism. Combining personal storytelling with insightful analysis, Today in Focus is The Guardian's daily podcast that takes you behind the headlines for a deeper understanding of the news, every weekday.
 
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Curtain The Podcast
Monthly+
 
This is Curtain – a podcast where we pull back the blinds to shine a light on the darkest parts of our justice system and ask – who are the victims? Could an Aboriginal man who has served 25 years in prison for Murder be innocent? Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson
 
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Horror Pod Class
Weekly
 
This is the podcast where two high school teachers talk about the horror genre. What works, what doesn't, and where it fits in with our current culture. Like any good class, you will get a little news, a little advice, a bit of learning, and hopefully a whole lot of fun.
 
From oil refineries to rain forests, through various meth countries and sketchy hotel night audits, using engineering and medicine and shaped by cartoons and the wild west days of the internet, this is what happens when an uncaring world collides with the original 2nd lost generation.
 
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One Star Cinema
Weekly
 
The BEST way to watch the WORST movies!
 
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Nerd Alert
Weekly+
 
Examining the hard science and nerd culture that impact both our present and future.
 
Podcastificating the world, one listener at a time. Podcastification is a fun look at podcasting, its challenges and triumphs, and the tech, tips & tricks, and news stories that impact the world of everyday podcasters like you and me. I’m a regular guy who’s been swept up in the podcastificating world of podcasting. I’ve build a business to support podcasters and content providers and love passing along my hard-learned lessons about podcasting, production, and editing, as well as my take on ...
 
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In 2010 Sally Challen hit her husband Richard more than 20 times with a hammer, killing him. Her son David Challen explains why she did it. And: Lauren Gambino on why 16 states are suing Trump’s administration. Help support our independent journalism at gu.com/infocus
 
Photographer Paul Harmon showcases degradation of the Murray-Darling Basin in Watermarks at Casula Powerhouse, how to look at a painting and not get overwhelmed in galleries according to AGNSW's Justin Paton, New Zealand artist Lisa Reihana's video work In Pursuit of Venus (Infected) at Adelaide Festival, American whaler graffiti on rock art in ...…
 
Flipboard logoIcon version of the Flipboard logo... https://flipboard.com/article/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.barnesandnoble.com%2Fw%2Fimpractical-python-lee-vaughan%2F1128112194By fredflux@gmail.com.
 
On this week’s Horror Podclass we are doing a deep dive into the brand new Blue-Ray release of the 2018 movie Overlord. This movie has everything: Nazis, zombies, motorcycles with sidecars, explosions, and jumping out of airplanes. It just doesn't really have much to say about the horrors of war or the nature of evil... but hey, that's OK. It i ...…
 
Hoda Muthana, an American who joined Isis four years ago, now wants to return home. The Guardian’s Martin Chulov describes his time at al-Hawl refugee camp, where an estimated 1,500 foreign women and children are seeking safety. And: Polly Toynbee on the split within the Labour party. To support The Guardian’s independent journalism, visit gu.c ...…
 
They’re more efficient for consumers. https://www.adweek.com/digital/how-brands-are-using-micro-apps-to-stay-relevant/ 77 percent of employees in America have smartphones, announced the rollout of a suite of micro apps recent studyBy fredflux@gmail.com.
 
Eddie Izzard on workshopping his new show Wunderbar in French and German, we tour The Australian Ballet Centre's pointe shoe room with dancer Jade Wood and artistic coordinator Robyn Begg, we follow a post-apocalyptic theatre troupe who perform their hazy memories of The Simpsons in Mr Burns, a Post-Electric Play, and Bangarra dancer Beau Dean ...…
 
When the writer Peter Pomerantsev was a teenager, he was sent to a school that was part of the European Schools network, which counts Boris Johnson among its alumni. He discusses what the project can tell us about the EU. Plus: the Guardian’s UK technology editor, Alex Hern, on AI advancements. To support The Guardian’s independent journalism, ...…
 
Award winning British crime writer Lynda La Plante on Widow's Revenge, The Bikes of Wrath documentary about retracing the Joad's trip across America in The Grapes of Wrath, and Australian writer Debra Adelaide's collection of short stories Zebra.
 
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority told subway conductors to be more assertive closing doors on riders to reduce delays. ‘What’s causing the delays is their incompetence,’ one commuter said. https://www.wsj.com/articles/new-york-citys-subways-are-slow-crowded-and-smellyofficials-say-the-real-problem-is-you-1537544194 Subscribe Sign In A- ...…
 
We now have TWO films in the ever expanding One Star Cinema archive that actually kind of scared the crap out of us! Luckily we had Yvonne Strahovski in the film to help us get through (you know by just being her ridiculously beautiful self…). This week the guys sat down to watch He’s Out There. This film stars Yvonne Strahovski, Anna Pniowsky, ...…
 
This Friday marks six years since Ella Kissi-Debrah’s death, which her mother believes was partly caused by air pollution. Plus: 15-year-old George Bond explains why he is going on today’s school climate strike. To support The Guardian’s independent journalism, visit gu.com/todayinfocus/support
 
Feminist icon Clementine Ford shares why she's obsessed with Channel 9's Married At First Sight, Double J's Zan Rowe dishes on what went down at the Grammy Awards and The Guardian's Naaman Zhou asks whether Mario respects Luigi?
 
Desperate to reach Europe, people from Africa are travelling to Egypt and selling body parts to pay for their onward passage. Seán Columb has spent more than five years researching this subject. Plus: Ruth Maclean on Nigeria’s upcoming elections. To support The Guardian’s independent journalism, visit gu.com/todayinfocus/support…
 
Julian Schnabel talks about directing Willem Dafoe in At Eternity's Gate. A discussion about the return of stoner comedy-drama High Maintenance as well as Sally 4 Ever, a new British comedy from Julia Davis. Jason Di Rosso reviews If Beale Street Could Talk and checks in with a critic on the ground at Berlin Film Festival.…
 
Dave Jackson was a professional trainer and almost too good at his job. Several times he was called into his boss’s office and regrettably shown the door, through no fault of his own. It was always the same story, you’re doing a great job but sales, not so much. The last time it happened, he had a Plan B, become a professional podcaster and tea ...…
 
Hey Now Cabalists! Today the lords start out by reviewing the recently released book called Dungeons and Dragons Art and Arcana: A Visual History and present a contest to win a copy of the book. Then the gang takes a question from a listener wondering how we manage getting in gaming while life continues to get in the way which transitions into ...…
 
Brexit has become a divisive issue for the Labour leader and his party. Heather Stewart charts Corbyn’s changing relationship with the EU. Plus: Lois Beckett looks at the March for our Lives movement, a year after the Parkland shootings. To support The Guardian’s independent journalism, visit gu.com/todayinfocus/support…
 
In this episode we're reaching out to the internet at large and talkin' about a place that you can go to drink coffee and do yoga with cats.
 
Textile designer Martina Latimer brings her sewing machine into the studio, Ed visits a shearing shed with watercolourist Christine Porter, Claire Nichols takes us to Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley at AGWA, and a NSW museum inquiry wraps up in Arts News.
 
The Guardian’s Julian Borger recently spent a week at the Guantánamo Bay detention facility, attending the 33rd pre-trial hearing of five 9/11 suspects. He discusses why arguably the most important criminal trial in American history has still not begun. And: Damian Carrington on the catastrophic decline of insects. To support The Guardian’s ind ...…
 
Live on stage from the foyer of the Heath Ledger Theatre, Michael Cathcart introduces you to some of the biggest local and international artists at this year's Perth Festival. We hear all about Lost and Found Opera's Ned Kelly, meet Greek director and choreographer Dimitris Papaioannou (The Great Tamer), discuss how much can change in 20 years ...…
 
On this week’s Horror Podclass we are doing a deep dive into the 2008 zombie horror movie Pontypool, language, philosophy, and rhetoric. Recording this was way more fun than watching the State of the Union, that's for darn sure. Pontypool is easily one of our favorite movies, but not everyone liked it. As evidenced by our anonymous Amazon revie ...…
 
After a spike in deaths among homeless people in the affluent city of Oxford, Robert Booth went to investigate. In a growing community of rough sleepers, there is little support for people with mental health problems and addiction. Plus: Nosheen Iqbal on the ‘white fragility’ preventing a frank national discussion about racism. To support The G ...…
 
American author Kristen Roupenian's book of short stories including the New Yorker story, Cat Woman, that went viral, Puberty Blues author Gabrielle Carey on Australian young adult writer Ivan Southall and debut novelists Bram Presser and Katherine Collette share their juvenilia.
 
We don’t often get to report good news these days, but here’s something that’s making the authorities celebrate and may have saved hundreds of lives in, of all places, Australia. In a joint drug bust, Australian and u.s. agents seize record-setting 1.7 tons of meth worth $1.29 billion in Los Angeles, right at the sea port before sailing. Dr. Al ...…
 
What would you do if you realized your reality was not your own? Probably stop listening to this podcast… at the bare minimum. Well if you are still someone still clinging to your own sanity, then why not join the guys from One Star for a viewing of Bottom of the World? This film stars Jena Malone, Douglas Smith, Ted Levine and is direct by Ric ...…
 
Unless an agreement can be reached in the coming weeks, Britain will crash out of the European Union without a deal. There have been stark warnings about the effects for the UK, but how badly would it hurt the EU? The Guardian’s Jennifer Rankin, Angelique Chrisafis and Kate Connolly dig into the detail. Plus Amelia Gentleman on the resumption o ...…
 
Liam Neeson's inflammatory race-based comments (we wish we didn't have to do this), Dolly Doctor on Netflix's Sex Education, Eurovision-hopefuls Electric Fields and Spotify drops over $200 million on podcast production house Gimlet.
 
The cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi could extend the lives of thousands of children – but it comes with a price tag of £105,000 per patient per year. The NHS says it cannot afford it. Health editor Sarah Boseley explores how the cost of a life-extending drug can be weighed next to a person’s life. Plus: Natalie Nougayrède on the conspiracy theorie ...…
 
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki discusses her Oscar nominated film Capharnaüm, about a young boy in Beirut who sues his parents for giving him life. Actor Ewen Leslie talks about his role in the new ABC series The Cry, and Lena Dunham's first TV creation since Girls. Plus, artist Zanny Begg and producer Philippa Bateman on their experimental do ...…
 
Recently I was feeling like the show wasn’t progressing; I was in a rut. I still loved podcasting, but I just felt stymied. I called up my radio coach Valerie Geller to get an air-check along with some advice. She reminded me that 9 months earlier I had lost a loved one and it takes a good year to process grief. This was an aha moment that led ...…
 
On this week’s Horror Podclass we talking with writer and director Phil Gelatt about one of his favorite movies of all time, The Ninth Gate. Phil wrote Europa Report and wrote the screenplay (adapted from a Laird Barron short story) and directed one of our favorite weird fiction films, They Remain. Phil also gives us a bit of a heads up about a ...…
 
Today the founders go bananas with a feature review of the newest dinosaur park management game, Dinogenics from Ninth Haven Games and designed by Richard Keene. Then the gang takes a look back at Stefan Feld's Merlin on year later. Since Tony T is traveling this week, Steve fills in as the news host giving a rundown of all the happenings aroun ...…
 
The young children of an Islamic State fighter were abandoned in Syria after his death. But with the help of human rights lawyer Clive Stafford-Smith and reporter Joshua Surtees, the boys have been reunited with their mother. Also today: columnist Gary Younge on the storm over Liam Neeson’s race comments. To support The Guardian’s independent j ...…
 
Chinese art curator from the Art Gallery of New South Wales Yin Cao describes some of the treasures from Taipei's National Palace Museum on display in the exhibition Heaven and Earth in Chinese Art, Kwementyaye Ngallametta is remembered in arts news with Claire Nichols, US-based artist Cassils explains how they use their body in performance wor ...…
 
David Wallace-Wells, the author of new book The Uninhabitable Earth, depicts a world ravaged by climate chaos. India Rakusen talks to the author about why he thinks we are underestimating the impact climate change will have on the environment. Plus: the Guardian’s Helen Pidd on the consequences that Brexit uncertainty is having on the north of ...…
 
Theatre and opera director Barrie Kosky talks us through his brilliantly outlandish reimagining of Mozart's The Magic Flute, we learn about the integral, but sometimes unnoticed, work of sound designers with J. David Franzke, and Ursula Yovich's Barbara and the Camp Dogs takes us on a wildly funny and unflinchingly honest musical road trip from ...…
 
Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s far-right prime minister, is at the forefront of a nationalist surge in Europe, and his anti-migrant rhetoric has brought condemnation from the EU. The Guardian’s John Domokos went to find out the attraction Orbán holds to Hungarian voters, including his own father. Plus: how one woman is campaigning to prevent her froze ...…
 
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