Best cushion podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Podcast by Between the Cushions Podcast
 
Podcast by Between The Cushions
 
A podcast showcasing ways to improve your lawn and garden with organic, family and pet friendly, methods. We dont rant and rave about the harms of synthetic methods, only inform on the optional (and we think better) green method of lawn maintenance & gardening.
 
Digging Underneath the Couch Cushions of History
 
A episode about those interesting bits of history that have gotten lost in the cushions.
 
The Show on Fire is a weekly show with hosts Sam Cushion and Alex Boyd. Broadcasted live every Wednesday at 8pm Central on PanemRadio.com. Each week we will discuss whats new in the world of filk (music inspired by works of fiction). We will cover everything from Wizard Rock to Trock (Doctor Who) and of course Rockingjay.
 
An occasional collection of 10 horror stories by various readers. We aim to unsettle you a little, to cut through the pink cushion of illusion that shields you from the horrible realities of life. Here are the walking dead, the fetid pools of slime, the howls in the night that you thought you had confined to your more unpleasant dreams.
 
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Sofa Chats
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Podcast by The Cushion
 
An occasional collection of 10 horror stories by various readers. We aim to unsettle you a little, to cut through the pink cushion of illusion that shields you from the horrible realities of life. Here are the walking dead, the fetid pools of slime, the howls in the night that you thought you had confined to your more unpleasant dreams.
 
An occasional collection of 10 horror stories by various readers. We aim to unsettle you a little, to cut through the pink cushion of illusion that shields you from the horrible realities of life. Here are the walking dead, the fetid pools of slime, the howls in the night that you thought you had confined to your more unpleasant dreams.
 
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Cinna's Reading Room
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Cinna’s Reading Room is a program dedicated to exploring and enjoying the exciting world of Hunger Games fanfiction. Hosted by Shylah Addante (DownWithTheCapitol.net), this weekly podcast will take listeners inside the fanfiction phenomenon through discussion, interviews, and reading the best fanfiction on the net!
 
A episode about those interesting bits of history that have gotten lost in the cushions.
 
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Tidepool Orchestra
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You're in your car, in the drive through, but you drop your wallet. While looking for it in between the cushions of the seats, you find a dusty old tape cassette. You shrug, and place it into your neglected tape player. A female voice comes on and says "Welcome to the calming sounds of the Tidepool Orchestra. Side A."
 
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We talk Liverpool, NHL Stanley Cup, NBA Finals, "Loumors" are true and the Mets being a shit storm
 
The adventure comes to a conclusion with Relic’s season finale. No other lost treasure has captivated the minds of artists and treasure hunters alike than the Holy Grail. Said to have been the goblet that Jesus drank from at the Last Supper, it is an object of alleged immense power, rivaled only by its companion treasure, the Spare of Destiny. ...…
 
Hear what happens when I hang out with my Podcast friends! This is a sample of some more “off the beaten path,” exclusive content you can expect when you donate $5 to the Relic Patreon at Patreon.com/Relic In this half hour minisode, myself and 4 other True Crime podcasters discuss the aftermath of the Golden State Killer identification, and wh ...…
 
Weber and Tropp back together talking NFL Draft, NHL and NBA Playoffs, first ever guest in the form of "Fan Question Drew"
 
The first part of Relic’s season finale! If you’ve watched any science fiction or adventure movie in the last 20 years, you may be aware of a certain fantasy/sci fi trope: Nazis channeling the forces of the paranormal to help satisfy their goals. The truth behind the lore is, as they say, stranger than fiction. In this episode, find out how fri ...…
 
During World War II, the Japanese amassed their hoard of stolen wealth primarily on the Philippine island of Luzon. After the war, rumors began to emerge that a general by the name of Tomoyuki Yamashita had buried most of the loot in unspecified locations. For many years, this was nothing more than an urban legend…until a local man named Rogeli ...…
 
Talking about that its not the Ducks Year, NHL, NBA, Draft, Mets, Liverpool, Big Dumb Idiot and some fan questions
 
Joined by Courtney of The Cult of Domesticity podcast, we examine the exciting lives of three of history’s most awesome (but sadly not always recognized) adventuresses: Bessie Coleman, the first African American and American Indian aviatrix; Lady Hesther Stanhope, the first female archaeologist; and Nelly Bly, who tried to beat Jules Verne at h ...…
 
Its officially the... Ducks Year! We also talk Champions League, Masters and other NHL playoff picks.
 
Talking Rams, Are the Patriots up to something, MLB opening week, Giancarlo's Boos, Nova, NBA, Lil Duluth Cawlidge Hawkey, NHL, Masters, Big Dumb Idiot, Not Here to Argue
 
Content Warning: A short, non-descriptive mention of a sexual assault in a historical context. Because of the efforts of scribes and scholars, we are still able to take a look into the past and know where we came from. But for all of the books that changed history, there are countless others that held knowledge now lost to the ages. Such tomes ...…
 
Due to some scheduling conflicts, we had to switch some things up a bit for this episode. But never fear! You (and by that I mean the audience) got to vote on a shorter episode for this week. And you all chose…the mysteries behind the dead bodies left behind on Mount Everest? Oh boy… Since the 1920s, Mt. Everest has stood as a metaphor for surm ...…
 
Talking more NFL Free Agency, Draft Talk, Madness, Sister Jean, Where the fuck is Xavier?, Here to Argue, Big Dumb Idiot and Best Bets for Sweet 16
 
Legend has it, that when the Jews of Prague were threatened by anti-Semitic violence, a great Rabbi, possessing the knowledge of alchemy and the Kabbalah, conjured up a golem to defend the city. For decades, most believed this was nothing more than a tall tale, until one night in 1938, when the Nazis marched into town… Is there any truth to thi ...…
 
The ancient chronicles of Japan speak of a sword called Kusanagi, an enchanted blade wielded by the gods and handed down to their descendants. Allegedly hidden in a shrine and only called upon during the Emperor’s coronation, its authenticity remains a topic of debate. Joining it in legendary status is the Honjo Masamune, often called the fines ...…
 
Warning: This episodes does not contain actual werewolves. A lake. A train. A tragedy at sea. A message in a music score. This episode examines four mysteries surrounding the Nazi’s final ploy: the secreting of billions of assets, mostly in gold bullion and ingots, to fund a Nazi insurgency long after the war had ended. Classical music provided ...…
 
Sean Cooper paid off his mortgage before he was 30. And yes, he did eat a lot of Kraft Dinner. He tells us about the house-buying process and offers us some budgeting advice. Find his book Burn Your Mortgage on Amazon and see what he's been up to lately at https://seancooperwriter.com/.
 
Relic will be back in February 2018 with the last half of season 1! Until then, here’s a quick dive into our first season and its thematic arc. This will also serve as a first look towards our final stretch: the lost artifacts of World War II, and Hitler’s schemes to hoard all of the world’s treasures under one roof.…
 
The second holiday special! Saint Nicholas is one of Catholicism’s most honored Saints, a figure who would go on to inspire the folkloric character known as Santa Claus. But this Saint did not enjoy a peaceful rest in death. In 1087, an ambitious cabal of Italian sailors decided to rob his tomb in a get-rich-quick controversy that, 1,000 years ...…
 
The first of Relic’s two holiday specials! The menorah is a nine-pronged candle holder, ceremonially lit during the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah. It is modeled after a human-sized, gilded lamp that once sat in the sacred Temple of Jerusalem. Created after a brutal rebellion to take back the city, the original menorah remained in the temple fo ...…
 
In this last episode of our mid-season “It Belongs in a Museum!” series, we are joined by Kate Shaw of Strange Animals Podcast. An animal species is considered extinct when it hasn’t been identified in the wild after 50 years. What happens when eyewitness testimony, and photographic evidence, challenges what we once thought about certain bygone ...…
 
Welcome to the mid-season! In this installment of Relic’s “It Belongs in a Museum” series…we get weird. Comedian and anthropologist Jake Sully tells us all about the Peking Man– the fossilized remains of an ancient, common ancestor to homo sapiens. Who was the Peking Man and where did he end up? Also, Max looks into the strange tale of the San ...…
 
It’s our Halloween special! Joined by special guests, Jerry and Tracy of Hillbilly Horror Podcast, we take Relic to a dark place…and try to get to the bottom of a few cursed artifacts. Are they real? Can they kill you? Maybe! Music by Kevin MacLeod
 
Since the Spanish age of conquest, the inhabitants near the Llanganates region of Ecuador have feared the stories surrounding a massive cache of priceless artifacts hidden somewhere in the mountains. The treasure of the last Incan King carries an especially deadly curse, and those who go looking for it end up vanishing into the jungle or dying… ...…
 
There were several holy sites in ancient Greece where one could receive prophecies, the most famous of these oracles being the Pythia at Delphi. Not as widely known is the Oracle of Trophonius, a daemon or god said to dwell within a dark cavern. The rituals and encounters involving this oracle were said to be horrific, and the location was ofte ...…
 
For all of the lore surrounding history’s legendary pirates, not much is known about their lives on land. According to the same book that first introduced the world to pirate mythology, a chance encounter at sea led to the establishment of a democratic pirate republic in a hidden cove off the Madagascar coast. When a team of pirate captains pul ...…
 
Full interview with Dom on the life and lies of King John.
 
English history is full of notorious monarchs, but few are as hotly debated as King John, a man remembered as both the villain of Robin Hood and signer of Magna Carta. Lesser known is the treasure that King John lost at the end of his reign, a bounty that included the original crown jewels. With insight from our guest narrator, Dom from the U.K ...…
 
Joined by special guest, Robert Jenner of The Fan Film Boyz podcast, this episode is something a little different. We take a look at the weird and wild history of lost film, covering everything from a movie so terrible that Jerry Lewis took it to his grave, to that time Batman fought Dracula, and maybe a movie that never even existed….at least, ...…
 
The Ghent Altarpiece, or the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, is one of the most important pieces of Renaissance art–which is probably why it’s also known as the most frequently stolen painting of all time. In 1931 the most beguiling portion of it went missing for good, and what followed was an eighty-year caper involving Nazis, psychics, and stol ...…
 
India’s Padmanabhaswamy Temple is the wealthiest religious institution in the world, with chambers of riches worth trillions. The temple is also known for its secrecy, most of which surrounds the sealed vault in the inner sanctum. The means of opening the vault are lost, and any attempts to force entry are prophesied to bring cataclysm on a glo ...…
 
In 1931, a mysterious gentleman named Harold Bell Lasseter convinced the Australian Worker’s union to mount an expedition into the continent’s interior. Their goal was to survey a vein of gold, nearly seven miles long. After the quest ended in disaster, all that remained of Lasseter’s reef was a whole lot of doubt, rumors, and speculation. Who ...…
 
The Rain Queens were the last women-ruled monarchy in all of Africa, and were said to wield the power over the weather. Since the 1800s, they presided over their territory in South Africa, until their last queen, Mokobo Constance Modjadji VI, died under mysterious circumstances. What befell Modjadji VI? And will the title of The Rain Queen ever ...…
 
Two minutes of cut content from “Million Dollar Decoy” that didn’t really fit into the narration anymore. A quick origin story for the British colony of Bermuda, graveyard of ships.
 
Imagine finding a lost treasure…only to lose it again. Such was the case in the 1960s, when a diver named Teddy Tucker discovered a golden, emerald-studded cross in a 15th century shipwreck, and donated the relic to Bermuda’s national aquarium. When it came time to move the cross to a new exhibit, Tucker went to examine the artifact and discove ...…
 
For over a thousand years, whoever held the Heirloom Seal of the Realm, held the power over the nation of China. The dynastic Emperors used the jade seal to enact the laws that would shape Chinese history for generations–and many died by its decree. Did the Imperial Seal vanish with the dynasties? Was it stolen during revolt? Or does someone–kn ...…
 
The Amber Room was once considered the eighth wonder of the world, and a symbol of peace between two of Europe’s most powerful nations. A priceless chamber of wall-to-wall amber mosaics, furniture, and ornaments, it adorned a Russian palace for 300 years until the Nazis came along and ruined everything. Typical Nazis. Who was really responsible ...…
 
New York City, 2017 – An effeminate but courageous adventurer sets off to produce a daring podcast chronicling the lost treasures of history. This 10 minute prologue is the “why” of Relic. If you want to get to the real meat of the show, skippers can jump to Episode 1. I won’t judge you.
 
The gang is back together to sync their male periods and wish farewell to Mike as he ascends in his journey through life! Music: Tim Heidecker - Work From HomeThe i.l.y's - Spiral to meStreet Sects - and i grew into ribbonsBadBadNotGood ft. Charlotte Day Wilson - In your eyesSannhet - Short Life
 
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