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Best Charlie Bennett podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Charlie Bennett podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The North Avenue Lounge is WREK’s interview show. Your hosts Charlie Bennett, Keren Landman, and Shannon M. Turner alternate weeks, talking with artists, writers, professors, students, scientists, engineers, musicians, and other fascinating people from the metro Atlanta area and beyond. Tune in each Monday at noon to hear an interesting conversation about almost anything.
 
A mockumentary podcast starring the best UK improvisers. Nominated for Best Comedy and the Creativity Award at the British Podcast Awards 2020. Join hosts Steve Dawson (Mitchell & Webb, The Peter Serafinowicz Show) and Charlie Kemp (Man Down, Emmerdale) as they fill your Mind Canyon™. This ‘Radiolab’ style podcast explores stories such as “Finding The World Hide and Seek Champion”, “The Most Haunted Londis” and “When Space Pranks Go Wrong”. The show is improvised then edited and soundscaped ...
 
1 – 31 March 2012Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.orgRadio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed.The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recordin ...
 
At the Mystery on the Rocks bar you’ll find a retired sleuth, the bartender trying to settle his tab, and the down-on-her-luck lounge singer, solving mysteries and drinking cocktails. Each week a new guest enters the bar and attempts to solve an unsolved mystery alongside the regulars. Hosted by Masud Milas, Chris Stokes, and Sooz Kempner. Whilst this comedy and true crime podcast is set in a fictional crime-solving bar, the mysteries and the cocktails are very real. From true crime and biza ...
 
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We've put on our best clothes and gone all serious (of course not) as we are now bona fide political interviewers... We're joined this week by former Member of Parliament Danielle Rowley. Danielle served as Labour MP for Midlothian from 2017 to 2019 and was Shadow Minister for Climate Justice and Green Jobs and she joins us to go over the mysteriou…
 
The last episode of “The Last Dance” is out and Donnovan and JD are all over it. Where do Reggie Miller and Karl Malone stand in the pantheon of NBA greats? Could the Bulls could have won a seventh title in nine years had the roster been kept together? JD’s got a take on Dennis Rodman’s surprise WCW appearance the day after Chicago’s Game 3 blowout…
 
Lo-Fi hip-hop has emerged as a hugely popular genre and internet subculture. Its millions of loyal fans rely on curated lo-fi playlists and live-streams to write to, study to and even fall asleep to. Heck, we even wrote a good chunk of our book to Spotify’s lo-fi beats playlists. There’s just something about those ambient, spacey, plodding beats th…
 
Responsibly distancing herself from everyone else in the bar this week is one-liner comedian extraordinaire Adele Cliff. Adele's jokes have featured in Dave's Best Jokes of the Fringe every year since 2016 and she is the UK Pun Champion of 2020. With such a forensic mind when it comes to words, can she help the gang solve the grisly Icebox Murders?…
 
JD and Donnovan kick things off discussing what they learned from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s weekend conference call and place a bet on the league’s return date as (some) teams slowly ease back into holding practices. Then they dive into Episodes 7 and 8 of The Last Dance, including Gary Payton guarding Michael Jordan, MJ’s sojourn into profess…
 
Like many events, the international song competition Eurovision 2020 has been canceled. Sadly, there will be no champion crowned this year... or will there?! Charlie and Nate comb through the emotional, the catchy, and the downright bizarre entries, then—with some help from our audience and 2018 Eurovision winner Netta—pick the best song in all the…
 
Joining us in lockdown this week is comedian, singer, actor and dancer Charlie Baker! Charlie has turned his hand to most things and excelled at all of them, from musicals to stand-up and even to an appearance in Doctor Who! He currently hosts his own radio show on TalkSport and graced our bar to help us with a mystery right from the very heartland…
 
When BBC America reached out to do a piece about the music of Killing Eve, we jumped at the opportunity. The series antagonist, Villanelle, is an unpredictable assassin. On a dime she shifts from cold and calculating to child-like and jocular. Her personality swings are accompanied by a captivating psychedelic pop soundtrack. Whether you are famili…
 
JD and Donnovan unravel Episodes 5 and 6 of “The Last Dance,” dissecting the relationship between Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan, media coverage of Jordan’s gambling, his stance on social justice, his Nike deal and more. This episode is recorded andsound designed by Michael Mayers and hosted Donnovan Bennett and JDBunkis. Audio Credits: NBA, 1987 D…
 
Popping into the bar today is phenomenally funny comedian Carl Donnelly. Carl is also a bona fide podcasting legend having hosted 'The Carl Donnelly & Chris Martin Podcast' and 'Babysitting Trevor' and currently hosting the amazing 'Two Vegan Idiots' with Julian Deane. And he brings a slight change of format this week as the gang recount an already…
 
Since 1996, Fiona Apple has only ever had one hit, “Criminal.” Nonetheless, every album she’s released has been nominated for a Grammy. Her newest work, Fetch The Bolt Cutters, has received near universal acclaim. Apple’s songs are simultaneously idiosyncratic and relatable, tackling unusual themes for pop songs: middle school bullies, uncomfortabl…
 
JD and Donnovan deconstruct Episodes 3 and 4 of The Last Dance, breaking down the narrative focussing on Dennis Rodman and Phil Jackson. JD also rattles off some rapid-fire questions and takeaways, spurring a spirited discussion comparing player animosity today to that of the ’90s. Plus, how the doc is inspiring current players to get back on the c…
 
This graphic novel by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell came out between 1989 and 1998, 100 years after the Jack the Ripper murders it's based on. We look at the meticulous research they put into this to try to understand how this story manages to be about true crime while indulging in deep themes like English identity, psychogeography, and the nature …
 
Popping into the bar during his daily outdoor exercise allowance is the hilarious comedian and professional poker player Ken Cheng. As well as his own series on BBC Radio 4, you might have heard and seen Ken in all manner of comedy shows such as The Now Show, Ladhood and Harry Hill's Tea Time among many others. He applies his formidable mathematica…
 
Doja Cat has gatecrashed the Top 40 with her effervescent hit “Say So.” How did this Internet personality best known for a song whose chorus is “B***h, I’m a cow!” join the ranks of Dua Lipa, Drake, and The Weeknd? The answer involves a voice that careens from gentle soul to fierce rapping, a catchy chorus that grabs you from the first measure, and…
 
Donnovan steers the ship solo, kicking things off by breaking down the Chinese Basketball Association’s attempts to get back on the court. He details its timeline of events, and what lessons the NBA can take while it looks to get its own season back on track. He then sits down with Raptors alumni Jerome “Junk Yard Dog” Williams and Charlie Villanue…
 
Guests: The Brothers Chaps of Homestar Runner. Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2017/12/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-december-15th-homestar-runner-gone-in-a-flash-episode-366/ First broadcast December 15 2017. "We wanted to tell some people some funny stuff, and video was not an option."…
 
Another week in lockdown sees ace comedian, former Butlins Redcoat and avowed Columbo superfan Suzy Bennett beam into the bar with a proper posh cocktail of her own to help the gang with possibly their toughest case yet - the real life murder of a Columbo guest star with pretty much zero clues... At the Mystery on the Rocks bar you’ll find a retire…
 
A lot of people miss the old Kanye. The last time we reviewed his music was back in 2016 when he released the work-in-progress album “The Life Of Pablo.” Since then, Kanye has put out four albums: Ye, Kids See Ghost (with Kid Cudi), Jesus Is King, and Jesus Is Born (with the Sunday Service Choir). In the same period he’s also caused a media ruckus …
 
JD and Donnovan are joined by Bleacher Report’s Howard Beck to discuss Vince Carter’s legacy in Toronto and the NBA as a whole, and how Beck’s life has been impacted on both the personal and professional levels during the pandemic. This episode is recorded and sound designed by Michael Mayers, and hosted JD Bunkis and Donnovan Bennett. The views an…
 
Part 3 of the Spoti-FIGHT! series Guests: David Lowery, musician with Camper Van Beethoven, Cracker; author at Trichordist, instructor in Music Business at University of Georgia. First broadcast November 20, 2015. Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2015/11/13222/ “I'm in a Spoti-fight, but I don't know exactly how I ended up there.”…
 
This 1985 concept album by Kate Bush is split into pop songs and a suite of music about someone drowning. We look at Bush's career arc leading up to this record and how the support she received from those around her allowed to experiment and create this wholly unique music. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show …
 
Joining us at the bar during lockdown (without breaking any rules don't call the police please thanks) this week is award-winning alternative comic, screenwriter and actor - the fabulous Joz Norris! Joz has performed extensively on the comedy and short film festival circuits as both himself and his hilariously surreal alter-ego Mr Fruit Salad. If w…
 
The band 5 Seconds Of Summer have just released their fourth studio album, Calm. Lead vocalist Luke Hemmings and bassist Calum Hood join us to talk about some of Australia’s biggest hits. In the first half of our conversation we discuss the catchy rhythms and vocals in Tame Impala’s song “Borderline,” a song driven more by vibe than conventional st…
 
Scandal and intrigue surround Joe Exotic, the central character of the new Netflix documentary Tiger King. Among the many bizarre traits of this zoo keeper, Exotic tries his hand at country music. Interspersed throughout the series, Joe sings about his love of big cats as well as his hatred for his nemesis in a gruesome murder ballad. But it turns …
 
Good news loyal Associates… after three weeks, JD and Donnovan are reunited. They explore how the traditional sports-entertainment landscape may experience a permanent shift, debate Donnovan’s Top-5 all-time NBA players and share their thoughts on re-watching the 2019 Raptors playoffs run. They also catch up with speaker, author, illustrator and WN…
 
Dan Simmon's 1989 science-fiction novel is acclaimed for its unique structure, references, and style. We take a closer look at how it interrogates our expectations of genre to explore a complex host of themes. Thank you to Chris Marlton for coproducing this episode. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purch…
 
In the year 2000, D'Angelo released Voodoo—with some help from Questlove, Angie Stone, Raphael Saadiq, and a band of jazz veterans—an album that has cast a long shadow with its unique sound of stripped-down soul, Faith Pennick, who literally wrote the book on the record, joins to break how D'Angelo broke the "shiny suit" regime of R&B, explore how …
 
Donnovan is joined by Faizal Khamisa and Danielle Michaud. They discuss the world’s current reality, what they’ve been doing while physically distancing and their favourite basketball movies. This episode was recorded by Amil Delic, sound designed by Michael Mayers, and hosted and produced by Donnovan Bennett. Audio Credits: MTV Films, Paramount Pi…
 
This 1987 film is celebrated as a cult classic for its depiction of self-destructive young Englishmen at the end of the 1960s. We discuss how creator Bruce Robinson got it made, and whether it congratulates its characters for their alcoholism or criticizes their generation and the end of that era of British culture. Interested in the media we discu…
 
Nipping in for a swift one this week is real life ghost hunter and Ghost Busters fanatic, Paul Gannon! Paul has been writing, producing and performing comedy and radio shows for 10 years. He is the host and producer of the economy comedy podcast Cheap Show and creator of The Geekatorium, the pop culture comedy podcast. At the Mystery on the Rocks b…
 
With Nate’s birthday around the corner, it’s time to admit that our go-to birthday song is actually the worst to sing to someone. There are reasons both musicological and cultural why this wooden celebratory number needs to go, ranging from funereal rhythms to Wagnerian opera to the Wizard of Oz. Tune in to uncover the horror of “Happy Birthday” an…
 
This 1962 novel is being reappraised by critics and fans as a creeping meditation on 1950s housewives, agoraphobia, and good old-fashioned New England persecution. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchasing it through our affiliate store: We Have Always Lived in the Castle Additional Resources: We Have …
 
Chris and Jane talk to Mark Walford, Vice President Rights & Business Development at Sage Publishing. We talk about his copyright history in the publishing industry, his historical copyright hero and a nerdy fact about copyright which involves an epic battle. And of course they talk about cake, but also biscuits. At great length. You might want to …
 
Come to quench her thirst this week is Heidi Regan! Heidi is an award-winning Australian writer and stand up comedian. She co-hosts the BBC podcast Grown Up Land as well as her own podcast, A Thin Layer of Film, for RadioX. She has written and performed for Channel 4, the BBC and The Seven Network for Australia. At the Mystery on the Rocks bar you’…
 
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